30 Dec '13, 12am

Some golfers actually have too much lag. For them, instructor @tomstickneygolf offers this easy fix

Some golfers actually have too much lag. For them, instructor @tomstickneygolf offers this easy fix

Technology is a wonderful thing. It is making both teachers and students better, as it allow us to understand more and more about the golf swing with the inventions of systems like 3-D Motion Analysis, Force Plates and Doppler radar launch monitors like Trackman and FlightScope. This technology has also proven to us that things we once thought were good can also be harmful if taken too far. Such is the case with clubhead lag. When golfer transitions into the downswing, the clubhead “lags” behind the hands into delivery and snaps “inline” with the forward arm the split second before the ball separates from the blade (in a perfect world.) If you have too much lag, the shaft leans forward, delofting the club, while too little lag adds loft to the clubhead. Long have golfers heard that they must have a flat leading wrist at impact to make their club shaft to lean forward. Golf...

Full article: http://www.golfwrx.com/163695/curing-excessive-lag-at-imp...

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