There’s a completely different approach to evaluating your attack angle with your irons compared with your driver. With your driver, you want to positive angle of attack (hitting up) creating less spin on the ball. You want a negative angle of attack (hitting down) with more spin with your irons.
Creating a negative angle of attack with your irons, you’re going to hit the ball farther and more accurately. You’ll notice a much more penetrating ball flight.
If you don’t have a launch monitor to measure your angle of attack, a good rule of thumb is to ensure you make a divot (or contact with the ground) AFTER hitting the ball. AEkLBC6A7rg