Hi, Dale Abraham here in the beautiful Desert Mountain Club in Scottsdale, Arizona. I want to help you cure topping shots. Topping shots can be a very discouraging miss because the ball doesn't go very far so we want to make your misses better. So understand the physics of topping a shot. The club is actually above the equator of the ball coming up generally when you top a shot. If the club is coming up the ball is going to go down and roll across the ground so we've got to get a slight descending blow as you hit a shot with golf with any of your irons. Even fur woods and hybrids we want a slight descending blow so to do that we've got to make sure our hands and arms are working together to give you that leverage to strike down so your wrists need to be in the right position. One key to that is getting the grip on properly. Getting a grip on properly means taking for a right handed golfer, the left hand, putting it in the fingers and wrapping the pad of the hand on top of the club. The lying form between the thumb and index finger should point to your right shoulder and then when you put the right hand on that line between the thumb and index finger on the right hand should also point to the right shoulder. That will give you the leverage to hinge your wrist properly. When you hinge your wrist properly you can strike down as you hit the golf ball and that's what's going to help you cure topping shots in golf.