Many of Martin Chuck’s golf students struggle with a lazy lead hand at address and through impact. Not because they’re actually lazy, but because a bent lead wrist can be uncomfortable if they don’t know what it should feel like. In this video, Martin demonstrates a drill using the Power Click to help you better understand your grip and feelings associated with transition.
Place the Power Click on the inside of your lead forearm. The clicky part of the Power Click should be hanging down into your palm. Start at address with a tour-style neutral grip, or “two-knuckle” grip. As you bring the club back, the Power Click shouldn’t make a sound. Listen for the Power Click as you start your transition. You should hear and feel a click when you start your transition and again after you’ve made contact with the ball.