When you are looking to buy new irons, one important consideration should be your trajectory.
To help improve the management of your game out on the course, you should draw up a plan of how best to play it in the various conditions (ie Wind, or no wind etc) and write it into a course playbook.
If you find you have driven in to some heavy rough, unless you have an unusually good lie, always avoid the temptation of…
When it is necessary to lay-up, plan your approach shot in such a way that it gives you the easiest possible shot to the green.
If you are slicing too many of your shots, it is more than likely because you are not making a proper shoulder turn.
Many golfers get themselves into trouble by raising or dipping their heads as they swing through.
Too many club golfers get themselves in to trouble by either raising or dipping their heads when they swing.
One of the key checks you can undergo to see that you are making a good swing is to see where you are at the finish of your swing.
Touring professionals don't take out deep divots when they hit their wedges.
If you find you are hitting too many 'fat' shots (hitting the turf behind the ball) you might do yourself a lot of good if you take a look at your weight transfer during your swing.