GOLF’S CONTACT SECRET: Hit the Golf Ball FIRST and Take a Divot AFTER When You Do This Wrist Move

Golf’s CONTACT SECRET – in this golf tip, learn the pro wrist move to getting clean contact with the golf ball every single time. Every pro golfer does THIS with their wrists in the golf swing to compress the ball and take a divot after impact. 99% of amateur golfer’s DON’T make this move, and it’s the reason that most golfer don’t take a divot after the ball. This golf tip will give you the sensation of incredible pro-like contact with the golf ball and leave your beautiful smile on your face.

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