What is a square club face? When I was learning how to play golf, we were taught to have the club face toe pointed up on the back swing and toe up on the through swing. This allowed for a lot of rotation of the club face, stall of the hips and body, requiring a lot of timing to be consistent. Ultimately this “old school” drill led to less power for an able body golfer as well as less consistency because we had to rely on the timing of our hands to flip.

Note: everyone has different body limitations and abilities to turn through impact. Some older or less flexible golfers may want it to be toe up like we were taught in the old school. I think it’s important for you to know what a square club face actually is, so you can have a baseline and find your square club face based on how hard you can turn through the ball. 

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