Posted by ironsolid on December 16, 2013 at 9:35 AM
I am a student of the Stack and Tilt golf swing. In fact the first fundamental of the S&T is a "hiting the ground in the same place every time." This is what the IronSolid training device trains and promotes. What is interesting without even knowing the other two S&T fundamentals (power to play the course and matching the clubface to the swing path to control shot direction) using the IronSolid aids in helping the golfer achieve these two also. We call that a bonus benefit.
Keep in mind the IronSolid was designed to train you to hit the ball first then the ground, S&T fundamental number one!
Here is a great video by Darren Hopwood explaining the Stack and Tilt.
Hit the ball then the ground, top players are consistent, they have this fundamental dialed in at all times. There are a few things your body must do, you will have your weight forward and hands forward at impact. How you get there is personal style and preference but all top level ball strikers exhibit both of these when hitting an iron shot. Weight on the front side and hands ahead of club face at impact. Jim Furyk gets there a little differntely than Tiger Woods, but the both get there at impact.