1-minute Power Drill
Golf Instruction • 59s
If you have been losing distance or hitting inconsistent shots, you may be releasing the club early, losing valuable lag in your golf swing. Lag is the angle that is created between your wrists and the club shaft that stores energy to release on the golf ball.
This drill will help you learn how to create lag in your golf swing. Use your golf bag as a barrier. The idea is to have a wide takeaway and a narrow downswing. Most high-handicappers do the opposite.
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