How To Stop Flipping Your Wrists When Making The Putt
The average golfer pretty much flips their wrist a lot. This is actually one of the main differences that set apart professionals from all the other players out there. The breakdown between our arm and the leading wrist as you make the impact or all the way into the follow-through is what leads to the flipping wrists.
The result of the wrist flip will often end up in a number of results; anything from a thin shot and a heavy shot. One thing that we know for sure is that as long as you are still flipping your wrist when playing, your game will be so frustrating.
So far we have seen lots of training material, including anything from special shits, devices, gloves, training systems and so forth, all of which are aimed at making sure that you stop flipping when you strike the ball. Most of these never work, because they do not address the real problem that brings about the wrist flip in the first place.
The main reason why these systems hardly ever work is because they tend to address the flip as a cause, as something that just happens. What most of us do not realize that the flip will often happen as a result of a combination of factors. It is these factors that you need to address in order to get to stop flipping your wrist. It basically happens because you overlook some simple instructions or tips in the lead-up to taking your shot.
In most cases, you need to watch out for your follow through and make sure that it is right. Do not rush through. You need to ensure that you take some time before you go for that shot. Make sure that you take a deep breath, ensure that you are calm and composed then from there you can take the shot.
In most cases and for the amateur players in particular, it is the lack of composure that will make you forget some simple things that are supposed to help you make a good shot. Not aligning your wrist properly is not something that happens because you are disadvantaged in any way. It is something that happens because you have failed to pay attention, failed to focus your mind. As a rule of thumb, never attempt to play without first ensuring that you have a clear mind. Relax and let things take their course.