WRIST COCK IN YOUR GOLF SWING – THE BIG AND LITTLE CIRCLE

Director of Instruction at the TruGolf Academy Jon Watts talks you through how to ensure your arm swing completes at the same time as your shoulder turn. Maintain width but allow your wrists to cock for the perfect backswing.

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  1. Ok! Bare with me here😊..When I take my OPT basically from prevent me from forearm roll or turn them. I do that because I don't want to come outside the ball – if you can imagine a straight line behind the ball. That's the theory of not letting the club go outside and then roll back on the inside- I guess! So far so good. When I do it right I get my arms to just about right pocket ( about 45 degree or 2 o' clock) I then feel my palm actually turning ever so slightly – pure automatically getting to parallell and before cocking. My palm would now face someone standing in front of me. I sometime think of this as a roll..is that actually occurring or what am I actually feeling here? But it's that sensation of the hand making a turn/flexing I am bit concerned about coming to parallell.