Proper way to make High Tension iron shot is to dig up divot. Size of divot (left) determines how well shot is hit. In fact, it makes no difference whether player hits the ball or not, as long as he hits the ground. Hence he can concentrate on power instead of accuracy.
Although most golfers top the ball two or three times in every round, very few of them know the proper way to execute this basic stroke. Here is how High Tension can help you. Place the ball opposite the left toe and stand well away. On the downswing, lift the body into the shot—as opposed to heaving the body into it, as in the regular swing. At the same time, the head is sharply raised, elevating the shoulders, and the club strikes the upper part of the ball. The result is a topped shot. If by some chance the ball is hit squarely, a shorter club should be used.