Originally Posted by 'Hamas' Jenkins
There is no way to know w/o seeing it.
Things it could be caused by:
1) Too steep of a downswing
2) Loss of your spine angle, which throws off your swing plane
3) Casting the club
4) Ball position
If it was just your long irons, it might be more of a mental block. They're hard clubs to hit and a lot of times I rush when swinging them, which leads to fat or thin contact. When I incorporate more patience and better rhythm in my transition I hit them far better.
Great advice. Your right about the mental part, it just snowballs. And by te way "refried ass" made me laugh. Are you a writer by trade cause you're a wordsmith.