LINE UP THE SHAFT AND FORE­ARMS

Golf Digest (South Africa) - - Play Your Best -

To get into your ad­dress po­si­tion, place your feet and take your grip, then stand upright and point the club out in front of you. The shaft should be an ex­ten­sion of your arms. Then draw your el­bows in un­til they touch your sides (above). To keep the shaft in line with your fore­arms, your wrists will be arched. That will help your wrists stay firm through­out the stroke. Tilt from the waist, main­tain­ing the shaft-to-arm re­la­tion­ship, un­til the put­ter hits the ground. Your weight should be slightly more on your front foot and in both heels.

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