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How the club exits the impact area can tell us a lot about the movement of the club before that and can also influence what the club does at impact. A good exit move can help with arm structure, low point control, face stability and more. This is a great drill and practice station for anyone looking to improve their post-impact move and can be especially useful for golfers struggling with overdraws and hook shots.

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Chris Ryan is a PGA Professional from the UK with almost 20 years coaching experience. Chris’s in depth knowledge of the golf swing and its workings allow him to convey the important messages simply and efficiently ensuring golfers find the quickest route to success. Starting out at the infamous Belfry Hotel in the UK, host to 4 Ryder Cups, Chris quickly established himself as one of the ‘go to’ coaches in the area before taking his knowledge online. Fast forward a few years and Chris has amassed over 250,000 followers across his social platforms with his informative, easy to digest content reaching over 2.5 million golfers worldwide each month.

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  1. geohogan

    Feb 15, 2020 at 8:04 am

    Half the strength of our hands is in our pinkie; the only thing
    we need to exit.

    Pull up and around the left hip with the left pinkie(right hand swinger)

    Ball hanging out to the right… pull up and around with more intention.

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