All i can say is, WOW.
I have been golfing for 3.5 months now after finishing up my baseball career and have gotten my handicap pretty low all things considered. However, I have been getting frustrated on the course with inconsistent contact as well as too many fat shots. I know that I have not had a flat wrist and that I flip a little through impact, but I was planning on working on that this winter.
However, after shooting a 96 yesterday after 5 straight rounds in the low 80's I decided to try and finally work on keeping a flat wrist. All I can say is that this should have been the first thing I worked on. My club distances instantly went up over a club length and it seemed effortless. Also, I don't know if it is related at all but it seemed to sink up my body in the swing much better as well and I was able to get a much better transfer to the front side.
Basically this is just a post out of excitement, along with trying to encourage fellow players who have a flip in their swing or a big cupped wrist to try and work on the flat wrist. I'm looking forward to practicing this a lot and hopefully see my handicap drop again. Nothing better than seeing a nice divot out in front of the ball consistently for once.