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Hey all . .just a quick question to pick your golf brains. I know (or think I know) a typical cause of flipping is under-rotation. In this case, we see the golfer facing the camera at impact, wrists approximately between the legs. What would cause an picture at impact that shows the hips open to the target, shoulders closed, (flipping) wrists in front of the right thigh? ie - it essentially looks like the player has continued his swing with his body, but his arms are hanging back to flip at the ball . . . . Is this primarily caused by letting the club get behind you in the backswing? Or would there be other causes? Thanks for your thoughts!