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angle of wrists at setup

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Hello, I have been trying to find videos on youtube talking about this, and I took a lesson long ago when the coach changed my angle of the wrist at setup. i am talking about the verticle angle, decreasing it, putting the toe of the club more to the ground. what are the pros and cons here, i sometimes i strike the ball better when doing this. or should everyone have the angle at the natural feeling and relaxed wrists? hope you understand my question. sincerely Swedish golf player in Beijing.
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I've also been looking for similar videos. The less I say about my dodgy wrist movement the better!
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i am talking about the verticle angle, decreasing it, putting the toe of the club more to the ground.

what are the pros and cons here, i sometimes i strike the ball better when doing this. or should everyone have the angle at the natural feeling and relaxed wrists? hope you understand my question.

Hi, welcome to the site.

Tough to say what the pro and cons are for you, haven't seen your swing. Lower hands, toe up in the air, tend to hinge the club up a little sooner and swing more down and to the left.

Generally the butt of the club will point at the belt buckle or middle of the zipper.

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thank you, i am new here and i will upload my swing later, very curious to hear what i can improve.
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