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Good Habits Series – Chicken Wing
By Paul Wilson | on June 3, 2022 | 2 Comments |
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December 29, 2014MARCMILMAN
Before the arms get to impact and past to straighten out there must of been a cause prior to that to make the player want to pull that arm in, what would that be?
December 30, 2014Paul Wilson
Not sure what you mean “Submitted on 2014/12/29 at 1:57 pm
Before the arms get to impact and past to straighten out there must of been a cause prior to that to make the player want to pull that arm in, what would that be?”
You are starting down with your lower body. If you do this right your whole upper boy lean behind the ball in the downswing. In doing so, this moves the widest point of the arc after the ball is hit. Once the club gets to this point it would naturally re-hinge if your wrists are loose because a hinge in lie hinges then re-hinges 100% of the time.
Not sure if this answers your question. If not, please re-phrase what you are trying to say.