>> Hi Chrome,
>> You are making this entire too complex. It is not. You should feel
>> like a washing machine agitator-- turning the entire club by turning
>> your torso--with your wrists and forearms "frozen," and your elbows
>> tightly against your rib cage. The club handle remains pointing at
>> your belly button throughout the lower portions of the swing. This is
>> exactly what the popular "swing jacket" makes you do.
>> There is no manipulation of the club in order to turn the clubhead.
>> When the club is horizontal, if you opened your hands, they should be
>> ready to applaud-- palm facing palm. Same at address, same at the
>> top, same at horizontal after impact. THAT is the only way a human
>> can direct a golf ball during a split second move like the golf swing.
>> Keep it natural and simple. Try moving your two hands held slightly
>> apart from directly in front of you to behind you to address and then
>> in front of you, keeping them oriented exactly the same. THAT is the
>> golf swing movement. And that is the role of the wrists--NOTHING!
>> The hands and wrists do nothing in the golf swing, they "have no role"
>> other than to hang on.
>Do you teach?
>Would you give me a lesson?
>You're probably scratch, huh?
Sunday morning with my wife and another couple.
This stuff does work.
My head pro watched me on the range Saturday morning and walked over
to ask what I was shooting these days. I replied "mid-80's with bad
putting" and he said very seriously: "you wil be shooting near
scratch" I hope he is right. I have worked very *** this.