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I was just reading the little red book and the wrist hinge was mentioned as something that should not be sought but allowed to happen naturally. I tried to do this myself, I took the club back on plane and just let my arms and body continue to rotate without actively hinging my wrists. I am pleased to report that the overswing I have been fighting for years has gone and my club head now sits perfectly square to as the top of the back swing ! I now think that actively hinging the wrists is a bit of a red herring, it will occur naturally when you make a back swing but if you try and force it, what feels like good wrist hinge is actually you losing control of the club. Anyone have any views on this?