The Perfect Golf Swing Release: Lag Doctor Before and After with RST Student

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jericho574 says:

Doesn’t think type of roll release require precise timing?

FitFast8 says:

The flip (right wrist flattening too much) requires the most timing and loft is inconsistent. The reality is the body also helps release the club too. This roll-body release is actually relatively slow in the impact area, and with a correct grip you can just hold on and, assuming you have the correct ball position (and rest of swing!), the club will rotate smoothly through the hitting area.

Chuck Quinton says:

Since you are letting centrifugal force release the club with very little guidance from the hand, the release will be extremely consistent. Its not that you are manipulating this with the wrist, although it may feel that way if you are used to holding it off. You can absolutely square it up with the body, but you will lose a lot of speed. Allowing the arms so release past the body, and letting the face release, is effortless speed that is easy to gain.

Chuck Quinton says:

The toe of the club can move 20 mph faster than the heel. That equates to 20 yards of extra distance with no effort (since the sweet spot will be moving around 8mph faster).

Chuck Quinton says:

Since you are letting centrifugal force release the club with very little guidance from the hand, the release will be extremely consistent. Its not that you are manipulating this with the wrist, although it may feel that way if you are used to holding it off. You can absolutely square it up with the body, but you will lose a lot of speed. Allowing the arms so release past the body, and letting the face release, is effortless speed that is easy to gain.

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