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Thank you Martin, I have started to watch a few of your videos and really appreciate your style of simplicity - allows us to relate your lesson to our practice range. Cheers sir!
Thanks John, I hope the content helps you develop your game.
Good Morning Martin; Concerning your segment on Tidy up your strike; how far does this technique work? 20-30-40 yard. There must be a point where you have to break the wrists. May sound like a silly question but my short game inside 80 yards really goons up my score. Thanks. Fred
Hi Fred, ideally the lead wrist is pretty flat when you touch the ball and brush the grass on any strike. After that collision, the club's momentum will carry you toward a finish. While that happens, the lead wrist can and should bend back (break) a bit. Cheers, Martin