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2y

One of the most common driving flaws for high handicappers is the chicken wing. This is where the lead arm bends at the elbow through impact.

2y

Powerful and accurate ball-striking is achieved most easily when you’re able to get to impact with your hands leading the way, and that’s especially true when it comes to iron play.

2y

As was discussed Wednesday in SwingFix instructor Steve Whidden’s

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