FOREARMS ROTATION

 

Forearms Rotation is an Absolute Must for Maximum Club head Speed and Accuracy

Ben Hogan: Five Easy Lessons

“I was rotating the club like a baseball bat, and the faster I could rotate it, the more distance I got. Training myself, I wanted roll the face as fast as far as I could, with this technique, I could hit the ball straight and farther. As far as power goes, I wish I had three right hands.”

It must be considered the need to rotate your forearms during the golf stroke.  The majority of club head speed comes from forearms rotation during the follow-through. 

Some examples of forearms rotation during the follow-through of some Champions.

Rory Mc Ilroy: eyes over right knee, forearms extended and rotated, clubface pointing more toward ground.

Sergio Garcia: eyes over right knee, forearms extended and rotated, clubface pointing more toward ground.

Tiger Woods: eyes over right knee, forearms extended and rotated, clubface pointing more toward ground.

Bubba ·Watson: head back, forearms extended and rotated, clubface pointing more toward ground.

Fred Couples: eyes over right knee, forearms extended and rotated, clubface pointing more toward ground.