KEEP THE HANDS QUIET

Golf Digest (South Africa) - - Play Your Best | Iron Shots -

Once I get in my bunt-shot ad­dress po­si­tion, I choke down to re­duce club­head speed and give my­self more con­trol. I don’t cock my wrists fully be­cause I don’t want an ex­plo­sion of speed at im­pact. From the top, I un­wind my hips slowly, again to avoid more speed. My hands stay quiet, the la­bel of my glove point­ing to the tar­get past im­pact. And I try to clip the ball and not smash down, which can cause it to bal­loon.

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