What exactly do you mean by lag?


Lag is a result of how well you load the club on the backswing, loading the club is the cocking of the wrists that produce approximately a 90° angle between the forearm bone and the shaft. The lag is the holding of that load as you swing down towards the ball and the longer you hold that angle the better the use of the lag. Lag is used for several things including angle of attack the four-inch in front swing bottom and clubhead speed for distance

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