Golfstr Swing Like A Pro
- Flat Wrist Putting Solution: Hinging your wrist in the putting stroke causes inconsistent control of the ball. For consistent, straight putting strokes you need to lock your leading wrist and let your shoulders and spine rotation create the swing.
- Flat Wrist Swing Solution: A cupped or bowed wrist on the gloved hand at the top of the backswing causes inconsistent hits. For straight shots with controlled trajectory your gloved hand should remain in-line with your arm. A flat wrist keeps your club face square to the arc of the swing plane. This makes it easier to square the club face at impact for more consistent straight hits. [The Flat Wrist Swing Solution uses GOLFSTR as a training guide and should only be used when wearing a golf glove and is intended for limited swings to recognize if you have this fatal problem.]
- Chipping Solution: Cupping the leading wrist and scooping the ball at the point of impact creates mishits. For chip shots your leading wrist should bow slightly at the point of impact and never cup to allow the head of your club to flip ahead of your leading arm. GOLFSTR prevents you from cupping your wrist and give you more control and distance in your chips.