Christina Ricci's Tip of the Week
THE MONEY SHOT
(how to release vs chicken wing)
If you want more pars, but struggle from less than solid shots off the tee and fairway, let's take a look at the lead arm during the strike and follow-through. Players struggle with supinating (twisting/rolling) the lead arm during the follow-through. When this happens, we tend to get a hold-on which keeps the face open and the dreaded chicken wing. Instead, of focusing on the dominant hand, we need to get that lead arm working properly for solid shots.
So let's get to it!
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