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Here's a simple drill for more distance. This one is especially good for seniors as they tend to be way too tight in the wrists. The looser the wrists, the more clubhead speed which equates to more distance.

This simple drill came up when one of my senior students started doing it as we were doing a lesson. It allowed him to loosen up and get that effortless golf swing feeling. Once he got the feeling he started hitting it longer and more pure.

You can literally be doing this simple drill for more distance anywhere. At home, the range and even when you play. Once you give it a try you'll see what I mean. Just start loosening up. If so, you will get more distance that you ever thought possible.

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Jbeezy says:

locking my wrists is probably affecting my consistency. can't wait to give it a try

Jbeezy says:

Keep the secrets coming, Paul. We greatly appreciate it

Mr. Ditkovich says:

I find if I do this too early I over cup my lead wrist

Alex Andrews says:

Another great lesson and so simple too. Thanks Paul

Jonathan Lopez says:

great too even if you're not a senior. I've been following your stuff since I began golfing, I started with a +25 handicap, 18 handicap, now 14+ having a hard time breaking 90 regularly .. but I owe it Paul Wilson!!! honestly the problem I've been having is weight transfer through swing which gives me those bad shots every now and then that causes those double bogey's

fireant222 says:

Will try on my next trip to course.

Art Golfer says:

Nothing new here for me. But I much appreciate that you keep hammering the one single thing that most public golfers need instead of dreaming up esoteric things so as to have a new approach. We don't need a new approach. We've got to take maxim number one until we get it!!

peter saika says:

Great advise as always . The thaw is starting.

Take care.

StandLegWeak says:

When just starting the takeaway,  I try to see the club head match my spine angle. But with loose wrists the head should automatically start to turn toe up, correct? And then after reaching the top of backswing and coming down, loose wrists should square the face at impact, then lead to face matching spine angle again on the way back up?

Otis Regatoni says:

Paulie, you look fabulous, thx for the inspiration. Good pts.

stanmans says:

Wouldn’t this create timing issues

Jeffrey Moss says:

Thanks for the reminder and drill. I have been practising various swing thoughts and have felt the tightening of my wrists.

Otis Regatoni says:

Where u been Cowboy ?

H says:

Love your work Paul. Are you back on CoachLink?

Maninder Singh Jaidka says:

Superb tip. Thanks for sharing

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