Wrist rotation for power

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A common cause of the dreaded slice is when golfers try and keep the clubface of the driver square to the target for longer than they need to through the impact zone.

As TG Elite Teaching Pro Nick Clemens explains, the clubface is only square for a fraction of a second because of the rotation of the arms and wrists through the hitting area.

Understand this theory and you’ll hit your drives longer and straighter.