Originally Posted by Deepred05
I lock my wrists up during my backswing and keep them locked thru the follow thru. This is the only way that I have found to get my whole body into a swing and not to slice.
I'm sorry, but I am just not understanding what you're saying. I'll try though.
You're wrists should bend about 90 degrees on your backswing like your about to hit a nail with a hammer. From there it's all about turning through the shot. When you turn and shift your weight, your wrists will unhinge naturally. There's no chance you can keep them locked coming down. So, that's where I'm a little confused. I'm guessing you mean firm wrists, but locking them is another story. Due to the force of the swing, the wrists will unhinge automatically.
Keep the info coming. I'm still curious as to what you're getting at. It still doesn't make much sense to me.
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