Pulling my irons.

Need a tip to help stop me pulling my irons. I never had this problem before. Everything that I tried so far has not help. 

I am certainly no instructor or swing expert, but IMHO it's most likely a swing plane/club head path issue... out to in as opposed to in to out.  I try to think about sliding my left hip very slightly toward the target when starting the down swing which helps to drop my hands into correct position during the down swing, and also keeping my right elbow in close to my body in the down swing. Hope this helps... Good luck.

Wesley - Here's what I do when I find myself pulling shots.

1) Pick my target line

2) Pick a spot approximately 1 ft. in fron of ball on that line

3) Imagine the back of my left hand travelling over that point in the follow through.

I'm sure there is some "root cause" swing problem causing my pulls but when I'm on the course I don't want to try and analyze/think too much and this thought seems to help me hit straight again.

Hope it helps.

I too have this same problem, I will try your suggestion Thomas, Im not sure if Im standing up when I swing through, or what my deal is, but I know I will be working my irons in the yard for sure!! Thank you for the advice everyone!!

I know my pulls come from the hips moving too fast towards the target, which can open my shoulder line.  Thus creating an out to in path. It's funny because those bad moves create a draw ball flight, and I almost never see the left side of the fairway.

Check your ball position.   You may  have it too far forward if you are pulling your irons.

Wesley A

Need a tip to help stop me pulling my irons. I never had this problem before. Everything that I tried so far has not help. 

What have you tried so far?

Thanks Thomas. 

Thanks Craig, I have fixed the pull but now I seem to be hitting it off the toe.  I can't win. 

Wesley A

Thanks Craig, I have fixed the pull but now I seem to be hitting it off the toe.  I can't win. 

Sounds like you're coming over-the-top causing your swing path to be outside in.  If you're right handed, move your right foot back to where the right toe is in-line with the left heel.  Make a couple of swings concentrating on delivering the club from the inside.  This is an over correction obviously but if you're coming over-the-top then you can identify the issue and move toward a fix.  If possible, see a qualified instructor that can look at your swing...

FourWiggle

Wesley A

Thanks Craig, I have fixed the pull but now I seem to be hitting it off the toe.  I can't win. 

Sounds like you're coming over-the-top causing your swing path to be outside in.  If you're right handed, move your right foot back to where the right toe is in-line with the left heel.  Make a couple of swings concentrating on delivering the club from the inside.  This is an over correction obviously but if you're coming over-the-top then you can identify the issue and move toward a fix.  If possible, see a qualified instructor that can look at your swing...

That drill works for me.  I sometimes get too quick with my upper body and arms.  It happens mainly when I overswing.   Hitting off my left leg with that drill helps me keep the upper body in sync with the lower and stay on plane.