Golf Lesson w/ Cortland: STABLE Impact And Exit With A Stronger Grip

In this golf lesson with Cortland, we mainly addressed the matchups created by certain golf grips. In his case, creating a stable impact with a weak grip was challenging with the amount of bow he was needing to produce shaft lean. After some coaxing, Henry and I were able to have Cortland experiment with a stronger grip, specifically in the left hand. This immediately brought about a better club face and allowed us to then focus on better movement and creating more optimal dynamics for his swing. I hope you enjoy this lesson!

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