Do You Want 20 EXTRA YARDS in Your Golf Swing? (This Simple Golf Tip Will Show You How to CRUSH IT!)




When you learn this golf swing move, you are going to add 20 yards to your game – it’s proven. The golf swing has a few power sources – the wrist hinge being a BIG one. A lot of golfers know the importance of the wrist hinge in the golf swing but they don’t know HOW to hinge the wrists properly. In fact, what you think is a “wrist hinge” really isn’t dependent on the wrists at all – that’s where golfers make the mistake thinking they need to consciously hinge their wrists in the golf swing.

The wrists will hinge naturally in the golf swing if you allow them to. The golf swing piece I am going to show you today will make you rethink your wrist hinge and have you busting drives way past your playing partners.

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I am Tom Saguto, PGA Member and founder of SagutoGolf. Thank you for visiting my instructional page where you can find how to get on the fast track to improving your golfing abilities. Whether you are a seasoned golfing veteran looking for a quick swing tune-up after an on-course emergency, or a beginner just looking to get the most out of your golfing experience, I am here to help you achieve your golfing goals.

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My philosophy is wholly based on the student having a fun, meaningful experience in a frustrating and complicated game where potential lifelong golfers either quit because it is too difficult or that they experience some form of swing-related pain or discomfort. I mitigate these problems by focusing entirely on the student’s needs and goals while teaching a golf swing method that ultimately takes stress off of the common pain areas of the swing.

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