Should my hands be in front of the club head when hitting a driver on the tee?

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Excellent question and one that requires deeper explanation of Dynamic #1, the flat lead wrist. The answer is yes, but can vary slightly depending on where the low point is with the driver. Dynamic #1, the flat lead wrist at impact gives the face the greatest stability at impact and thus greatest control. When looking at a photo face on, the lead wrist can be flat, but the hands may not appear to be much in front of the clubshaft at impact, due to the low point being at the ball or even behind the ball. Regardless of where the low point is or how much forward shaft lean exists at impact, Dynamic #1 is a key Dynamic to face control.

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