You hear a lot of talk these days by the talking heads on golf broadcasts about how modern players create more distance by using ground forces.
That’s all well and good but today Larry Rinker, a veteran PGA Tour member and ace instructor, shows how the little muscles, mainly the hands and wrists, create clubhead speed.
When you watch this lesson today, you’re going to see the proper way to start the downswing — and it’s the arms and hands that start it.
As the club goes through the hitting area, Larry shows how the speed of the arms, wrists and hands, create force that actually pulls the body through to the finish.
Too many players think they have to use the big muscles to start the downswing and Larry proves that is not the case.
So click on this link and listen carefully. Pay attention — this can really help you stop those shots that fly way right on you if you’re a right-handed golfer.
Then, do something about it, go out and work on it. You don’t even have to go to the range, you can practice the move in your yard or garage.