Golf Swing Basics for Beginners – How to Square the Clubface Consistently

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Golf Swing Basics for Beginners starts with the proper way for your hands to hinge and unhinge. In my previous video I reviewed how to grip the club in a way that is neutral for you, Here is the link for that:

How to square the clubface consistently is a golf swing basics that you must understand before you start worrying about distance. Swing Speed starts with your hands. Almost all of the speed in your swing comes from your hands, so understanding the proper hand motion is key to how to square the clubface consistently. A Golf Swing Basics for Beginners series with Larry will cover all aspects of the swing basics, the short game, how to take your swing from the range to the course and how to play a course like a pro.

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