Left wrist/club angle at address
This may not be something that many folks think about but I have found for me it's critical to my setup. Being tall I have always struggled with a consistent setup (distance from the ball, posture, etc). What I have found is that if I sole the club too flat, thus raising my left wrist too much and decreasing the left wrist angle, it leads to all sorts of problems. It changes my posture, the grip on the club, and leads to an inside takeway where the club gets behind the hands too early and flat and leads to a lot of toe shots and unwanted hooks with longer clubs and even some shanks at times with wedges. When I make sure the toe of the club is slightly off the ground at address, it lowers the handle and increase the left wrist angle. Now it is much easier to take a consistent grip and keep the club outside the hands and gets the wrists hinging correctly. I just try to maintain that angle in the first part of the takeaway and the club sets a little more vertically. Anyone else find this to be an issue?
Titleist 917 F3 Mitsubishi Diamana D+ 80 stiff
Callaway RazrX Tour stock shaft stiff/Mizuno MP-30 2 iron with Rifle 6.0 shaft
Bridgestone J 40DPC w/Aerotech Steelfibers 95 r
50*, 54*, 58* Bridgestone J 15 wedges with Nippon Pro Modus3 125
Odessey White Hot #5