Tight Wrists Equals Wrong Follow Through Position

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  1. RaymondCHASTEL, 4 months ago

    Fine reminder ,Paul ,of your previous motto”Touch your head ,Touch your legs ”
    Why is it that some Pros ,mostly in previous Times – I’m thinking of Arnold PALMER in particular – had a high ,vertical finish ?

    • Paul Wilson

      Paul Wilson, 4 months ago


      Palmer was trying to fight a hook. The tighter your wrists the more the club go up and does not split the ears.

  2. KelvinChew, 4 months ago

    Hi Paul,

    Can I clarify for release action, do I roll over with only my left wrist or both wrists need to do the roll over

    • Paul Wilson

      Paul Wilson, 4 months ago


      The hands are crossing over one another. You can do it with your right hand, left hand or both hands. However you do it do it that way and get used to it. Most people can just cross the right hand over the left coming. The odd person has trouble with it so I tell them to point their left thumb at the target. Find what works and keep doing it until you get rid of the slice spin. At that point you forget about rolling it and work on the body rotation to straighten it back out.

  3. mace, 2 weeks ago


    If the elbows are wide at finish, Is the only flaw tight wrist and is that the main cause of chicken wing.?

    • Paul Wilson

      Paul Wilson, 2 weeks ago


      Tight arms and wrists. You could be way too tilted with your elbows buckled at address. If you were set up like this there would be no way to clear an arc with your arms stretched out so you would have to chicken wing it.

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