Have you ever wondered what you have to do to consistently square your club face at impact? Most lessons that you take to fix your swing seldom ever deal with the process of squaring your club face – it starts square at address, but returning it to square is somewhat of a mystery. However, it is refreshing to know that there is more than one way to achieve a square club face at impact.
In this video Gus Barchers explains that there are two methods for squaring the club at impact: the one we are most familiar with is rolling your arms from the open position on the back swing to a square position at impact; but younger professionals are taught to square the club face with their body. Now when you see golfers finish with their arms left and the body facing the target, it is because they are squaring the golf face with their body.
It’s summer in Naples, so please excuse the lightning siren that lasts about 12 seconds.