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Malaska Golf // Your Right Hand & Controlling the Club Face - No More Pull Hooks

Feb 27, 2020
this question comes to us from Dane and Baton Rouge and it's a very good question because it was what hurt me as a player initially and the explanation of the

face

and how it was supposed to work basically made the game very complex for me. when it was really easy when i started with

face

control getting the ball straight wasnt a problem i drew everything pretty much the first day i started hitting

golf

balls some of it had to do with where i instinctively put my

hand

s and a lot of that had to do with how my

right

hand

was working and what it was doing to the

club

face so

your

question is

right

hand you say ok so if my right hand works this way on my forehands doing that so when i get to the top pieces first of all when i get here the

club

face looks closed ok no no the industry would say it's closed well that's just their perception actually when you look at the face here the leading edge is in line with my spine angle when I go there right there the leading edge is in line with my spine angle so the face doesn't close like a square that opens up dramatically to me within the swing, which is what hurt me as a player when they started telling me that the face had to do this and that the toe had to go up or be in the plane of the axis, so it had to go down like this and what that created was that maybe I couldn't hook it, but now through the ball you had to have a lot of face rotation to catch the face up, so what is Square?
malaska golf your right hand controlling the club face   no more pull hooks
Well, that's actually it. Square with

your

swing Center isn't closed that's where my club goes on the backswing it's right there now if it were if it were parallel to the ground it would be a small hit but this is where I spent most of my career and was taught to take there, I have had to twist the face a lot to make it visually square. You have to understand why it wasn't filmed initially. When you start doing this, what people think is what is filmed in relation to your perception. your concept or what you thought was square first and foremost at this point the question is he says it's closed he looks closed when he climbs to the top he's going to be really shot well no wait a minute if i went here and when i went to the top if my right arm didn't turn it. all in my shoulder sockets if you look at this face I go here now as I climb my right arm is spinning in my shoulder socket so when I get to the top the clubface isn't shot there's a lot of players who are playing right now, where the face is actually looking straight up at the sky, you know, or it sure isn't pointing down, so if my arm didn't turn and it did, okay, that face might be a little shot, but as soon as my arm rolls in my shoulder socket my right wrist keeps doing what it's supposed to do that face on top it's not that shot now it says when it does this and gets it here going down

pull

s the hook cutting all good why if you were used to doing this that was my world if you are used to going down and wherever you have the club if the face is like that t and you are going into the ball you are going to have to turn your forearm a little bit to catch the face now , all of a sudden, what's going to make this work if the face is there and I do the same thing where the ball is? it's going to come out good it's going to be a

pull

hook so your right arm if you put it in the right position if you put your right arm and your right wrist in the right position here which it doesn't that's a way to play of my career trying to get here and we don't even have to go into the reasons but that was supposed to keep me from hooking it and it was supposed to get here so I could spin as hard as I could ever hook it right yeah but I might as well hit it off off the

golf

course to the right if you put your right hand there now the club is going to be in front of your hands and the face is at a 90 degree angle to my swing mark so now when i get into the ball , the club hits the ball, now my right forearm is going over here, turning to my left and right wrists are doing this, so the face doesn't twist at all, but my wrist still allows the weight of the club to shift. wow. this is how i throw so i throw darts this is how i hit a tennis ball it's not dumb it's not twist and turn it's boom boom so the reason you're throwing

hooks

most of you is to get the stick out you spin with your shoulders what which would pull it but if it's a pull hook the face is closing which means his arms are spinning too much so that doesn't mean he's starting to hold the handle he just has to teach his right hand to release or throw this way runs into the ball turn to the left this is a pretty simple move I mean easy to duplicate this one this is hard that's where I spent my entire career open up the face retard the club flip the face up down no wonder i struggled with the ball consistent amazing so now i'm here my arm swings to the top so the face is good it gets right there i run to the ball and the damn ball goes straight it's very easy to be consists Avoid ball flight because there's minimal face rotation relative to the arc of your swing and there's a lot of clubhead acceleration because you're not holding the face, it drives me crazy when they say Dustin Johnson has a face slamming in the way he hits him and he doesn't hook while holding the face, no he does and he's going like that as hard as he can go he's not hiding the face that's a misconception of what he's doing you get that pair of things you are going to improve significantly make sure you subscribe to my channel for regular updates and tips thanks for watching
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