ROLLING YOUR HANDS IN THE GOLF SWING

►ROLLING YOUR HANDS IN THE GOLF SWING
Rick explains the facts behind rolling your hands during the golf swing

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9 Comments

  1. Hi Rick, what do you think of the square to square swing method Zach Johnson uses? Been practising this a few times at the range and finding dispersion is much tighter, and distance is further. Im a 12 handicapper and looking to improve as i scoop the ball at impact. Thanks

  2. i roll my hands really mutch but i hit my shots straight 9 of 10 drives (it´s my safest club in the bag) then my trainer says don´t chance anything.
    i drag my foot trow the inpact of the ball so he say now that i have to stand still with my foot i drag then i will hit 10 meters more then i alredy do.
    the chance in the swing is so mutch beacuse i stand still with the foot

  3. i have a strong grip and i slice my driver because my club face is open at impact and i just can't seem to square the club face, if i shouldn't roll my hands what could i do to fix it?

  4. Forgive me Rick I'm sure you wont mind but I think Mark Crossfield gave a better answer to this last year.  Search – Rolling the wrists at impact for better golf shots Q&A

  5. I started golfing in high school and my teacher taught me to roll the hands and it has been the crux in my golf game ever since. Rolling the hands is terribly inconsistent. One day it's a push fade, the next a pull hook. I've worked on changing to a drive and hold release and my accuracy has improved, my ball flight is more penetrating and I've gained about 12 yards on all clubs due to not de-lofting the face at impact. Rolling the hands results in rolling farther into the woods. One example of someone who rolls the hands open on the take away but corrects it into a drive/hold release is Rod Pampling, if your subscriber wants to model someone.

  6. Love your videos Rick. Could you add a putting tutorial or best practices video soon? I know that's a major struggle in my game