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Stop Scooping/Flipping & Start Adding Consistency & Distance
When a golfer is “flipping” at the ball, it means they are prematurely releasing their wrists and flipping the clubhead through impact instead of maintaining proper control and extension. This improper technique can lead to several problems and challenges in their golf game, including:
Inconsistent ball striking: Flipping disrupts the proper impact position, leading to inconsistent contact with the ball. This inconsistency can result in shots that are mishit, off-target, and lacking distance control.
Lack of power: Flipping causes a loss of lag in the downswing, reducing the transfer of energy from the body to the clubhead. As a result, the golfer may struggle to generate sufficient power in their shots.
Reduced distance: Flipping at the ball often leads to “scooping” impact, resulting in a higher launch angle and less ball compression. This lack of compression can lead to shots that don’t travel as far as they should.
Poor trajectory control: A flip can cause the ball to launch too high, leading to difficulties in managing trajectory, especially in windy conditions. Shots may balloon and become challenging to control.
Difficulty with short game: Flipping is not limited to full swings; it can also affect chipping and pitching. A lack of crisp contact and control can lead to inconsistent results around the greens.
Trouble with longer clubs: Flipping is often more pronounced with longer clubs like the driver and fairway woods. Golfers may struggle to hit these clubs off the tee or from the fairway with accuracy and distance.
Tendency to slice or hook: Flipping can introduce an inconsistent clubface angle at impact, leading to shots that curve more than intended. This could result in slices or hooks, making it challenging to play with accuracy.
Mental frustration: Constantly dealing with poor shots due to flipping can lead to frustration and a lack of confidence in one’s golf game.
Addressing the issue of flipping requires practice and potentially working with a golf instructor to develop proper mechanics and a more controlled release through impact. Developing a more solid and stable impact position can lead to better ball striking, increased distance, and improved consistency on the golf course. This is where the Anti-Flip Stick® can help you get better quicker.