How Altering Wrist Conditions Can Give You More Distance
27 October 2016
Zach Allen, Golf Digest's Best Young Teachers in America, uses his FlightScope Xi Tour launch monitor to demonstrate how altering the condition of the wrist in the downswing will help golfers get more distance. In a shot where the club face is open and the wrist is cupped, the player loses power in the shot. When the player works the club with the knuckles down towards the ground and keeps the club head inside the hands in the release position, the shot gains significantly more distance. As Zach explains, improving wrist conditions can make a huge difference in the distance a golfer can get with an iron.