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Cupped DHer Kelvin Miyahira states with respect to cupped DHers-: " Knife Edge Strikers use a cupped wrist to employ the Drive/Hold pattern. The impact zone starts approximately 18" before impact (roughly at the.7 position) - see image.

A most important biomechanical phenomenon that golfers, like Ben Hogan and John Erickson and S T golfers, use in their no-roll hand release action is the biomechanical fact that they keep their right wrist bent (dorsiflexed) through the early-mid (and sometimes even the late) followthrough. When the *hands constantly change their direction of motion in the downswing, transcribing a circular (or near-circular) path in space, the circular path motion of the left wrist/hand induces the club to release. There are three hand release actions that are frequently used by skilled professional golfers between the P7 position and the.5 position (or even up to the P8 position) in a full golf swing - i) a full-roll.

So, did Ben Hogan routinely employ a full-roll hand release action between image 2 and image 3, or did he he usually use a no-roll hand release action? Many professional golfers, who are traditional swingers, selectively attempt to periodically use a no-roll hand release pattern by biomechanically adopting this "hold-off" hand release action, but their consistency is not always that good because it is a "feel-based" arm-hand manipulation technique that requires precision timing. To learn how to achieve that goal, he needs to learn how to optimise his hand release action through the impact zone. During the later followthrough phase his clubface appears laid-back, and more open to the clubhead arc - and that is due to the fact that he is using a vertical hinging action (it's as if his FLW is moving.