M2: 01 THE LEVER SYSTEM - OVERVIEW
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The lever system starts with the proper grip that allows the joints of the wrists to work correctly for the most speed and control. Then it becomes how well can you control the face. Once you have those two it becomes where does most of your speed come from. How do you get your arms into the correct arch to create an angle of attack that maximizes your potential. What are the main drills and or skills necessary to become proficient at these basic skills or tasks.
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M2: 02 LEVER SYSTEM GRIP
Grip is the first and possibly the most important skill or task. How your hands are on the club determine what you are going to have to do to square the face. Your lead hand goes on how you're arm hangs. This is so when the momentum of the club pulls on your arm the grip squares the face. This is...
M2: 03 GRIP INSTINCT
Instinctively if you take the club in your lead hand to hit something you will put the club more in the fingers. Your hand will be in what is called a strong position. When you chip the ball with just that hand you will not want to rotate the face. Your wrist just hinges back and forth as your ar...
M2: 04 FACE CONTROL
Once you have a proper grip then it becomes how your hands control the face. To learn this you need to hit different shots. How your hands manipulate the face is what makes the ball curve. You need to curve the ball to the left, to the right, and be able to hit it straight. Practicing these curve...