The Clubface at address? Square to the target or closed?

Share it with your friends Like

Thanks! Share it with your friends!


Do you know how your clubface should be set up at address? It all starts with your hands. Take a look at this video to see what I mean. Cheers!
Thank you for watching the Tour Striker Golf Channel! These videos are truly a joy to make, and I hope they will help improve your game. However, nothing beats face-to-face, hands-on learning. The good news is: you can visit me at The Tour Striker Golf Academy and receive personal coaching to bring your game to the next level.

To see our Training Aids, Golf Academy and More Videos- please visit our website Hope to see you soon!
Weekly Tip Sign-up:

See also  How To Square The Clubface Consistently At Impact (BEST DRILLS!)


Furthy Thirtyfour says:

I don't understand, can someone help please? Does he mean rotate the club to a closed position and then take your normal grip OR does he mean take your normal grip and then rotate your hands/wrists to close the club face?

Tino Garcia - Barragan says:

This video was by far the best combination of information I've seen when it comes to forward shaft lean at impact, grip and wrist hinge at address, and then squaring up the club face. I know I'm supposed to hit with forward shaft lean. But because of my grip and Club angle at address, I could never square up the clubface. I'm excited to test this out at the range and on the course. No swing is the same and I know i have to find the right combination. At least now I feel like i know what I'm trying to combine at address, through impact. I've been playing for over 10 years and I've never felt confident on the golf course with my swing and my ability to square up the ball on a consistent basis. Thank you.

GENZ says:

Sir, what are you teaching?

"I've never seen a really good player set it square or closed at address."
-The Golden Bear

Setting the clubface slightly open at address allows you to:

• Release the club fully without fear of hooking.

• Swing the club naturally with relaxed arms for maximum clubhead speed—and therefore more distance.

• Develop better feel for how the club is aligned as it swings through impact.

Charter Estimating says:

Finally someone that knows what they are talking about..

omar khan says:

snap hook teaching

Aleksey Lavochin says:

Wow never heard of this but makes so much sense. Great stuff!!

Methodic L says:

Thanks for pointing this out. Most people don't realize how strong the left hand grip has to be because we often here from coaches and tv commentators how a players grip is stronger than they would recommend.

Eric Brown says:

I cannot tell you how much this has improved my iron play. Total game changer. Giving up my day job. Thank you Martin.

Paul Edmondson says:

Pushers and slicers! THIS IS GOLD!

matthew orge says:

Can you do a video like this but driver impact?

Write a comment