Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher Brady Riggs was online Tuesdaday noon EST to answer readers' swing questions and analyze their swing videos. He'll be back the same time next week to answer all your questions, so get those videos ready! David asks at 12:50:
I posted my swing a couple of weeks ago and you mentioned that I needed to get the club more open during the swing in order to release fully. My grip, however, is already on the weak side of neutral. What drills/feels would be best to get the clubface in a more open position?If the grip isn't the source of the closed clubface, then your left wrist is the problem area. The best way to feel the club in a more open position is to get your left thumb to feel like it is directly under the handle and supporting the club at the top of the backswing. With your thumb in this position, your left wrist will have a bend or slight cup in it at the top. This will solve the problem of the closed face at the top and make it easier to release the club fully through impact.