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Old 06-16-2010, 09:56 PM
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Control The Clubface
The left hand (the right for southpaws), is responsible for the rotational movement of the discount golf, which, in turn, controls the direction of the clubface. To really get a feel for this, grab a club with your left hand and practice rotating your hand so the clubface opens and closes. Why the left hand? Simply put, the left hand rotates more naturally from closed to open than discount golf clubs does from open to closed (which is what the right hand has to do). Putting the left hand in charge of this motion makes it easier and also takes a lot of stress off the right hand in the process. When it comes to callaway ft-iz driver actually playing golf, if you have trouble with slicing or hooking the ball, donít try to muscle your swing with your right hand. Instead, remember the left is in charge of clubface rotation.
Control The Shaft Angle
With the left hand controlling the rotation of the taylorMade burner superfast driver, the right hand is responsible for the hinging effect of the hands, which then affects the shaft angle. With the club in your right hand only, practice hinging the club as Iím doing here. Youíll see taylormade r9 super tri driver both easy and natural to manipulate the shaft angle with this hand vs. your left (go ahead and try it with the wrong hand to see what I mean). At impact, the shaft ought to lean slightly toward the target. This means the right hand should always remain below the left hand through impact. Check in a mirror to titleist 2010 ap2 irons see if your right hand is on top of your left. If so, youíre trying to do too much with that stronger, more powerful hand.
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