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Saturday, October 19, 2019

Karen Nannen on Squaring the Clubface (Video)

PGA instructor Karen Nannen has a simple check to see if you're opening the clubface during your backswing.

I know you've heard this tip before, but you've probably been told you should see a certain number of knuckles on your lead hand. But Karen isn't saying that. She just wants you to count how many knuckles you see when you address the ball and then make sure you see the same number of knuckles at the 3/4 point in your backswing.

It's not about setting your hands a certain way at address. It's just about making sure you maintain that setting near the top of your backswing so you keep the clubface square.

A simple check, to be sure. But if you're opening (or shutting) the clubface at the top of your backswing, you need to know. If you're still square at the top of your backswing, it'll be much easier to square the club at impact.

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