The Secret To A Flat Left Wrist In Your Golf Swing
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There’s a lot of misunderstanding about the correlation of wrist angles and club face in the golf swing.
You will always have some level of hinge in your lead wrist during your swing. The trick is, the amount you hinge your wrist is also correlated with your other wrist angles – flexed (bowed) or extended (cupped).
So, why does any of this matter? A cup in your lead wrist it will result in an open clubface. A flat left wrist leads to a square clubface.
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