Lag in the golf swing
Updated: Sep 19, 2021
In the golf swing lag plays an imperative role in producing clubhead speed and hence distance.
In teaching lag however there seems to be a lot of confusion about how to create and store it.
Think of it like this - At address we have x amount of Ulna deviation, then at the top we have a little more, and if the concept was then to hold this to produce lag the club head would never reach the ball.
More so then the ulna deviation it is the flexion in the wrists or the sideways hinge that produces lag, hence we hit the ball with a bowed left wrist.
The ulna deviation has to be decreasing in the downswing.
NOTE: The way to produce maximum clubhead speed at impact is to max out your maximum hand speed as early as you can in the downswing.
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