Post by imperfectgolfer on Jul 24, 2020 6:56:29 GMT -5
I don't think that it is a very bad drill (considering that I never teach drills) and it fosters the positive "idea" that the hands should lead the club into impact while bowing the lead wrist and supinating the lead forearm just before impact. He cannot avoid disrupting an intact LAFW algnment because he exaggerates the left wrist bowing maneuver. In reality, taking Henrik Stenson's late downswing as an example, the left wrist bows slightly as he releases PA#2 and he then releases PA#3 between P6 => P7, but it happens more gradually over a longer distance so it is easier to maintain an intact LAFW alignment. This drill appears to be more focused on teaching a Bertie Cordle type of swing-teaching action based on the idea of maintaining lag tension and avoiding a pre-impact flipping motion. In that sense, it is similar to other impact bag drills.