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Had anybody read the recent golf digest? There was one part talking about fixing slices and they had a picture of a guy rolling his wrists over through impact. I'll post the picture when I get to my computer. Is this correct instruction? I thought you were not suppose to do that.

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The article wasn't about rolling your wrists. in the article it said people are keeping the clubface square through impact and swing straight down the line instead of continuing the swing on an arc with the face rotating as through the swing. It continues to say that by keeping the face square you're forcing the clubface to open up. They recommend to let the arms roll over naturally.

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Ah, thanks for clarifying. I skimmed the whole magazine while I was on my lunch break. I guess I should read before I question something. Doh'

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