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Golf Tip – How to square the club face at impact. Alistair Davies golf shares with you how to control the club face correctly through the hitting zone. He uses some great visuals to demonstrate the roles of the wrists and arms through impact.

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2 thoughts on “How To Square The Clubface At Impact

  1. Thanks Alistair. This is a great explanation of clubface management. I tend to flip and deloft as I increase swing speed. Your comment about 11 degree forward shaft lean is the first time I’ve heard specifics on this. Makes sense. I’ve begun to pay more attention to wrist angles at impact during the last few weeks. Actually have gotten additional distance doing this with my sand wedge, a club that I’ve tended to sky. Recalling my last practice session chipping with my sand wedge, I’m getting more consistent results now with the wrist angle concept you mentioned. Those results make sense to me now per your video. Thanks much.

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