GOLF: The Game-Changer Right Wrist Move For Hitting The Ball Solid

The Game-Changer Right Wrist Move For Hitting The Ball Solid

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The right wrist could literally be a game changer and key to you hitting the ball more solid than you ever have before, having the clubface square and having your swing direction right.

Everyone emphasizes the importance of a flat left or lead wrist when you play golf. But, almost everyone leaves out the fact that we have another hand on the club. You training in how to use your right hand can work way better for a lot of you than trying to train in your left hand.

We’ll continue to talk at length about the importance of having a flat to bowed left wrist at impact, during the backswing, downswing and follow through. But the reality is there are two hands on the club and what your right wrist does, your left hand must follow.


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