How To Fix Early Release In Golf Swing

by Mike T Pedersen


Mike Pedersen

This fault is caused mostly by a premature letting go of the angle of your right wrist coming down. This is the result of an overly tense right wrist, hand and even fingers, and the lag angle) is very difficult to maintain as the tension what's to release in the hands which is that casting of the club.

The first correction is to remove all tension from your right wrist, hand and fingers. Waggle before you take it back to get the tension out.

At the top of your swing, let the weight of the club rest in your right trigger finger, and maintain this pressure almost all the way down to impact.

Secondly, think of pulling with the butt of your club directly towards the golf ball.

And finally, rotate your body through impact to help maintain the angle lag) in your right wrist. Almost as if you're going to hit the ball with the turn of your body and not your hands and arms.


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This fault is caused mostly by a premature letting go of the angle of your right wrist coming down. This is the result of an overly tense right wrist, hand and even fingers, and the lag angle) is very difficult to maintain as the tension what's to release in the hands which is that casting of the club.