The Golf Club Release is confusing. The proper golf club release has the club square at impact and then square as long as possible at your intended target.
That’s great, but how do you practice something that’s a millisecond long?
Golf Club Release
I’ll share a super simple golf drill in today’s video that gives you instant feedback on your release.
The best part is you can practice this drill at the range, the park, or even your backyard. Just make sure when doing this drill, you’re picking a specific, intended target.
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