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Flexing the lead wrist more than it was at set up is a key movement for squaring the club face. This move will fix your slice and help you hit it further.
Some golfers do it in the backswing, like Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka. Some in transition - like Henrik Stenson or Justing Thomas. Some during the release, like Rory Sabatini and John Senden.
Many amateurs have the club MORE OPEN than it was at set up and have to swing outside in or scoop it as part of the pattern.
Tags: Fundamentals, Poor Contact, Not Straight Enough, Chicken Wing, Cast, Draw vs Fade, Member Question, Concept, Intermediate