Learn Clubface Control

Learn clubface control by understanding and practicing your wrist angles

Wrist angles have direct relationship to your club face.  Precise wrist data provides you with immediate feedback on wrist positions and makes motion learning that much faster. Check out the video by Athletic Motion Golf coaches Mike Granato and Shaun Webb explaining how they use Hackmotion in their coaching work.

What happens to wrist angles at impact

Brian Manzella (Golf Digest's Top50 coach) uses Hackmotion sensor's data to explain how he teaches impact transition from wrist flexion to extension.

How to better control the club face

Brian Manzella (Golf Digest's Top50 coach) demonstrates the “Twistaway move” and how Hackmotion biofeedback feature can help to learn to control the clubface.

Train wrist position for a powerful lag

Not all lag is created equal. Hackmotion sensor can help you to create powerful lag by helping you to get into good wrist position. Your body responds to your club face, so getting your club face in a better position will help the body to move better. Check out this video by Athletic Motion Golf coaches Mike Granato and Shaun Webb explaining how they use Hackmotion in their coaching work.

Learn how too much lag can harm your swing

PGA professional Zach Allen uses Hackmotion sensor’s real-time wrist data to show why sometimes more lag can actually hurt your swing.

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