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Right wrist position in golf swing by Herman Williams Golf Raleigh NC.

Right Wrist Action for the Perfect Golf Swing

There is plenty of information on wrist action in the golf swing, including information here on this blog, but most of it deals with the movement of the left wrist or left side in the golf swing. However, this online golf lesson article and accompanying video are dedicated completely to the movement of the right […]

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Herman Williams impact position in golf swing.

Impact & Finish in Golf Swing – Get More Distance in Golf Part 3

Our last article and video about getting more distance in golf left off in the pre-impact position. At the pre-impact stage of the golf swing, the weight has shifted to the front foot, wrists are still fully cocked in a lag position and the trailing elbow is tucked in tightly to the body underneath the […]

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How to Stop Shanking the Golf Ball

To stop shanking the golf ball, one must first understand what golf swing flaw is causing the shanked shots. In this golf lesson article and subsequent video by Herman Williams, PGA Professional in Raleigh, NC, we will discover both the causes and the cure for the shank. First, a definition. A shanked golf shot is […]

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Flat Left Wrist at Top of Backswing – Golf Swing Lesson

In golf a flat wrist at the top of the backswing is a very important concept to master. This online golf lesson is dedicated to explaining the backswing and particularly the concept of a flat wrist. For a right-handed golfer this will be a flat left wrist at the top of the backswing. A solid, […]

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Golf Grip – How to Grip a Golf Club

The proper golf grip, specifically how to grip a golf club is an often overlooked detail as golfers tend to be far too interested in the complexity of the swing itself. However, a correct golf grip has everything to do with how the swing will develop including the motion of the arms and wrists, clubface […]

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