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A common release pattern is a stall of the body (with or without early extension) and then a flipping of the club with the arms. This combination can work for hitting it straight, but can struggle with contact consistency - especially when swinging hard or when swing longer clubs (particularly the driver). A great visual, and feel, that I use with my students is the concept of hitting my arm with their lead arm. This encourages body rotation through the release, and a minimal amount of standing up. This combination can lead to rightward shots if you are now squaring the face with proper forearm rotation.
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Tags: Poor Contact, Draw vs Fade, Release, Drill, Intermediate