Power: How Your Stance Width Affects Power

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  1. mikeplummer, 1 year ago

    Hi Paul,
    Great tip on width of stance and touching the legs. My question is about the touching the legs drill from yesterday, should you be on your tilt when practicing or is upright ok while doing the drill?
    Thanks, Mike

    • Paul Wilson

      Paul Wilson, 1 year ago

      Mike, you can just practice this standing straight up an down.


  2. mikeplummer, 1 year ago

    By the way Paul,
    You said the course is closed, however is the Pro shop open? My daughter and her husband are leaving for Las Vegas in the morning and I want them to get me a red golf shirt.
    Thanks again, Mike

    • Paul Wilson

      Paul Wilson, 1 year ago

      Mike, The pro shop should be open. If they haven’t left yet have them call to make sure.


  3. mikeplummer, 1 year ago

    Hi Paul,
    Thanks for the info, I told them to call first. One mor question of course,
    This one is about your grip and power tip. Is it possible that if you have very long fingers that when putting your right hand on the club in that second joint area, that as you wrap the palm to settle over the left thumb that it misses due to the length of you fingers? And if so what is the cure?
    Thanks, Mike

    • Paul Wilson

      Paul Wilson, 1 year ago

      Mike, you can do this if you have long fingers. The cure is wider grips and/or making sure your left thumb fits perfectly in the fleshy part (lifeline) of the right hand. If done properly regardless of hand size this thumb should fit perfectly in the groove. If so the V or line on the right hand will point between the right ear and shoulder. Focus on the line or V of the right hand. This is critical to the proper placement of this hand.


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