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When the club is de­liv­ered cor­rectly, the lead wrist flat­tens and the trail wrist kinks. This cre­ates the for­ward shaft lean and that crisp, com­press­ing iron strike. To train this po­si­tion, pic­ture your­self cre­at­ing and main­tain­ing this face-on an­gle be­tween your trail arm and club­shaft.

The Golf­ing Ma­chine au­thor Homer Kelly added a line from the trail shoul­der to the club­head to form what he la­belled a “Right Fore­arm Fly­ing Wedge”. Main­tain this an­gle through im­pact and you are on your way to bet­ter strik­ing.

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