No. 1 Power Move: Sergio Garcia
PGA Tour Wins: 7; World Golf Rank: 46
When your hands lead the club, it's called lag, and nobody lags better than Sergio. Most elite golfers produce 90 degrees of lag, but Garcia creates in excess of 100, a move so volatile that he's trying to tone it down. You, however, need as much lag as possible. To get it, delay hinging your wrists until your hands are at least waist high in your backswing, and start shifting weight to your left foot (i.e., jump-start your downswing) before you reach the top. It should feel like you're cracking a whip.