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We did a video a that you guys love called the GAME CHANGER (RIGHT) WRIST MOVE FOR HITTING THE BALL SOLID It just so turns out that I have a left wrist game changer move for hitting the ball more solid as well!
So, during the downswing, during the impact phase, there is a very specific way that your left arm and wrist and hand should move to hit your irons solid. Part number one is learning to get your left wrist into flexion or bowed a little bit.
To do this, during the downswing I really want to focus when my left hand is about hip high – or my left hand is even with my right leg – to the time my left hand is even with my left leg.What I want to feel here is an increase in left wrist flexion or bowing. I don’t want to do it at the top of the backswing or the initial part of the downswing. I want to do it from right leg to left leg.
Some of you guys don’t like this, but It’s okay for you to feel like your hands and arms are doing something through impact.
The second part is supination, which is just arm rotation. During that same phase of the downswing, I’m rotating my arm. Essentially, the thumb on my left hand is going from forward (towards the camera in this video) to towards the target.
Then I put my wrist flexion in with that. I’m flexing and rotating. I’m really feeling like when I get to my left leg, my left hand is curled under all the way. And when you do it and you do it well, you should pure it and it should be a little bit of a pull hook. Eventually you’re going to add some rotation or kick your path and then it’s going to straighten out.
We gave you the right wrist move at the top. Now we’re giving you a left wrist move at the bottom. So, you guys should be hitting the ball really well. Left wrist flexion and supination with a little bit of body turn is the utopia.
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