Monday, 25 July 2011

Don’t Break the Leading Wrist When Golf Putting!

Golf PuttingOf all of the mistakes that can be made when golf putting, allowing the leading wrist to break after striking the golf ball is one of the most common. When the lead wrist breaks, or bends, the head of the putter will twist, and this will cause the ball to veer off course.

One way to fix this golf putting problem is with the cross-handed putter grip. In the cross-handed grip, the forward hand grips the shaft of the putter farther down than the other hand. This repositioning of the hands helps keep the lead wrist straight.


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