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Eric Cogorno: How To Use Your Wrists In The Golf Swing

Learning how to use your wrists in your golf swing is very important if you wish to hit the ball more solid, especially for us amateur golfers. By simply making the necessary adjustments, once you understand where you are at, you might solve many of the problems you've always had and, of course, improve your golf shots.

Eric Cogorno returns this week with a great video to help us understand the main concepts about wrist movement and the importance of using the right amount of wrist hinge during your golf swing.

How much you hinge – or unhinge – your wrists is a primary factor in whether your wrist is going to cup, be flat or bow. If you’ve been trying to flatten your left wrist out, you may have been holding yourself back because of how much you hinge. Eric explains more about that and how you can use hinge to get the desired wrist conditions in your golf swing.

When you've checked in with this week's video, you might want to take a look at the most recent episode of 'Rapid Fire Golf With Eric Cogorno'.  If you don't already know, this is Eric's weekly live Q&A over on his Youtube channel where his followers get to ask any technical golf question they may have.

There were some very interesting questions which came up, and any one of them could help your game...

The next broadcast will be this Monday 22nd July at 5pm EST, so be sure to mark it in your diary and get your query answered.  It's a really great addition to Eric's channel and well worth checking in with.

Also, be sure to take a look the Cogorno Golf website where you'll find a massive catalogue of additional instructional content, and various pricing plans to suit your own pocket, as well as your individual golfing needs.  

And, of course, if you haven't already you can download the Hole19 golf app FREE today by clicking your app store button below. You can also learn more about the game-enhancing abilities of Hole19 Premium.

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