Femgolf1 Feb 18
I have been having issues with FLIPPING lately. I want o go to the range tomorrow with the intention of bowing my left wrist at the top backswing and ROTATING through with it bowed that way. Is this a worthwhile idea. If not, I know you teach bowing do I bow at setup and keep it THROUGHOUT the swing to prevent this threatening FLIPPING?
Femgolf1 Feb 19
Thank you. You’re absolutely correct. I have not been completing my ROTATION lately. I tried as much as possible to remove the HITTING INSTINCT on the DOWNSWING and as I journeyed through the flipping disappeared . The bowing also helped to prevent the WRISTS from breaking down in the DOWNSWING. I was actually struggling to increase the backswing for want of distance and the TEMPLATE was breaking down with the HITTING INSTINCT. I enjoyed my round today. Thanks for always being there.
upsman Feb 20
I agree with Ross, if I flip its because I’ve stopped my turn, the hands catch up and I flip. As far as wrists I use a flat left wrist and my right wrist is angled back a little (for off the ground shots), when I make contact the club has slightly less loft and I think it helps my ball first contact (like I’m pinching the ball and then ground), but honestly getting the turn right is so important.