When To Hinge Your Wrists In The Golf Swing

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How would you like to have more power in your golf swing? How do we stay consistent throughout the swing? For those looking to add some club speed, this video on When To Hinge Your Wrists In The Golf Swing is for you. We have the golf swing and your total game broken down to the 5 most important keys in our Top Speed Golf System. In this video we’ll cover the importance of wrist hinge and how it may affect your swing, all while improving key fundamentals! Start having real control of your game. Be able to hit any shot in golf! We’ll teach you.

I look forward to working with you much more in the future with Top Speed Golf. Good luck with your golf.

Clay Ballard

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Frank Q says:

Nice video! and another tips, pause at 4:48, look at his right hand; you see how well he maintained the right hand? a milli-second before impact, his right thumb is still pointing to the outside of his right arm, this is an essential part to make a in-out path and prevent slice; just want to throw this point because I see a lot of self learning golfer who wanted to use the right hand to swipe through the impact, bending the right hand to the inside of right arm at impact; doing a outside in and making the impact path to the very left, and makes a slice or all kind of inconsistent play paths;

Bill P says:

Good information and intent, but your experiment/data is flawed because both sequences had full 90* wrist set (as Harry Knuth states below), and the speed difference appears to come from you holding back on the first test while you swing freely on the second. If performed as you actually intended, the swing speed difference should have been much greater than 8 mph.

john stewart says:

Big improvement to my swing, .and for the first time it enables a much more consistent back and downswing

thomas ross says:

It all depends on the grip. If your palms faced each other as you grip club, you can allow the club to automatically set the wrists later at about 10 o'clock position, look at Jack N. & Greg N. I know nobody teaches that swing, it keeps you guys in business more with 20 different things you have to remember when swinging the golf club. I use gravity it really helps. Remember , I have never seen anybody hit the ball on there back swing.

Ng Norman says:

thank you for sharing…

Harry Knuth says:

Nice video good info, however FYI your try to have no wrist set is a little unlucky as I see an almost 90° degree wrist set. Result 100 m/h @ parallel left arm…vs 108..

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