By Swingpal.com staff
Being in a solid position at impact is crucial when it comes to straight, powerful golf shots, yet many golfers fall short of achieving that goal because they flip their wrists at the moment of truth.
And this move inevitably leads to other issues, most notably a swing that ends up being too much in-to-out in an effort to “save” shots and keep them somewhat on line.
In this video segment, Swingpal instructor Jim Williams has a great drill to help you stop flipping at impact and to feel what it’s like for the club to work back to the inside after impact, both of which are key ingredients to good ball-striking.
Try this drill at home or on the range and you’re likely to see some immediate dividends with your game.