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A lot of golfers struggle with having the club-face rotate open in transition. This typically shows up as a bigger problem for the driver, which is better hit with less trail arm straightening than an iron. That trail arm straightening helps close the club-face, but also prevents body rotation. Because the timing of the trail arm straightening is later for the driver swing than the iron swing - keep in mind that the arm is typically a little more bent with the driver swing than the iron swing. If you have the club rotating open in transition, it is most likely the left wrist extending as you change directions coupled with a powering of the swing from the shoulders (lat and tricep) more than the hips and core.
Tags: Transition, Concept, Drill, Intermediate