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WHAT SHOULD YOUR WRISTS DO IN THE BACKSWING



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Director of Instruction at the TruGolf Academy Jon Watts talks you through what your lead wrist should be doing in your backswing and the effects this has on the clubface position.

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4 responses to “WHAT SHOULD YOUR WRISTS DO IN THE BACKSWING”

  1. Tokin Ananda says:

    At my knowledgement, the right wrist unhinged fully at setup and impact or right after impact, what about the left wrist at those positions? 70% to maintain the angle b/w it and the shaft (DL view)? Thnks!

  2. Just like to say thank you for your efforts, these are some of the best lesson vids on the net.
    I've been watching the popular sources for a couple of years and though they do a great job, they tend to lean on the "entertainment" and they must like the sound of their own voice…lol Your lessons are specific, to the point and spot on, wished I caught you sooner.

  3. Hi Jon. You're an excellent teacher. Thanks for your videos. Question: On the backswing, do you consciously cock the wrists, or is the full wrist cock achieved more as a result of a good grip and the bending of the right elbow? I think I know the answer to this. But I'd like to hear your take. Again, thanks for the great videos!

  4. Glenn Lees says:

    Another excellent lesson

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