Get a handle on your game, tee to green
It’s natural to be concerned about what’s happening down at the clubhead, but your connection with the club is at the handle. That’s where you control what happens in the swing.A lot of players struggle against their instincts – or use well-meaning but misleading advice – to produce power or control.They end up moving the handle the wrong way or at the wrong time for the shot they’re trying to hit, and they actually swing slower and less accurately. I’ll show you how to use the handle to increase your speed on long shots and your consistency on short ones. – The term “cast” has a negative connotation in golf, but it shouldn’t. One of the best ways to train a great hand path is to practise casting a fishing pole. When you start to cast, your body moves first and the handle moves in a straight line, which helps preserve the lag in the tip end Then you have to make a sharp down-and-back curve with your hands to sling the tip forward. That’s the same action you use to transfer energy in your golf swing. Michael Jacobs Swinging your hands down hard at the ball makes the club go slower, not faster. The first move down should be a pull
At impact, you’re pulling the handle up and towards you. That’s what makes the clubhead end crack like a whip.