GRIP TOO WEAK, CHICKEN WING, NO RELEASE, STRENGTHENING PROGRAM, RANGE OF MOTION.
GRIP TOO WEAK the hands rotated too far to the left will influence the club face to be open at impact reducing
speed, rotating both hands to the right will allow for a better release and maybe even a draw.
CHICKEN WING allow the clubface to square over through impact by rotating the forearms and clubface. Light
grip pressure a neutral grip and being on plane allow this to happen. The chicken
wing is most likely created by clubhead throwaway earlier in the downswing
NO RELEASE determines that the club has not gone through impact at full speed. Releasing the golf club
requires that the forearms (not the wrists) rotate through impact. Working on correct swing plane will allow the club to release, moving twice
as fast and squaring the clubface.