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HOW TO HOLD LAG IN THE GOLF SWING

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Maintaining more lag in the downswing can in many cases help add speed, although how this is done is often incorrect and can lead to more issues.

Chris discusses an often overlooked part to lag, the key component to ensure you play better golf

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6 thoughts on “HOW TO HOLD LAG IN THE GOLF SWING

  1. Nice video as always. Thanks Chris. I have been struggling with just this, as my practice swing thought recently has been to hold my wrist angles. Can you please do a video where you speak about what the role of the right forearm is in maintaining lag? Should the right forearm and elbow stay externally rotated as long as possible? I have more trouble with my right elbow/arm than anything else.

  2. God, I just stared at this video with my mouth agape.

    One of your best, for me personally.

    I noticed you emphasized the forearm rotation from the lead arm’s perspective. I suppose from the trail arm’s perspective, this would be the external (i think that’s the right one) rotation?

  3. Don’t you run the risk of a severe in to out swing path where ball starts too far to the right and you you either block it out to the right or really have to close your club face to draw it back to the target line

  4. The biggest thing that’s overlooked and I can’t find any info on is how far across the body do you move the butt end of the club towards the target before the clubhead moves out to the ball?

    1. Texas Golfer Hands should get over the ball before releasing the wrists. That way at impact the shaft is leaning forward and from your eyes viewpoint, your eyes and hands are in line with a spot a foot in front of the ball. Check out James Parker YouTube vid on Aim point technique

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