Impact is the moment of truth in the golf swing. Most amateurs struggle with their ball striking because they don’t have a solid impact position. Good ball strikers may have different set ups, grips, positions at the top of the swing and finish positions, but they are all solid at impact. What makes a good impact position? When striking an iron, the hands should be in front of the ball, the weight is shifting to the front foot (about 70%) and the hips are slightly open to the target (about 30 degrees). If you can improve your impact position, you will improve your ball striking.
Here is a video tip to help you with your impact position.