To find the best position of the shaft/wrists at impact Anthony... this is what we want. However you can get there. I think the easiest is to setup with it, and maintain it, using the shoulders only, then return through impact and it has not changed. This takes some work, but the results are awesome, and it forces you to use the Large Muscles to accomplish it. Here is a great way to find how your wrists and the shaft should be at impact.
Setup with a club, but without a ball. Now, if you were to unwind slightly from setup (this is turning through impact), and "drag" the club along the ground... you will find the best, strongest, most powerful position(s) of the wrists. Just drag the club around to the "left" (right hander), via the body's rotation. This is a great drill and will automatically align the shaft and wrists. Drag the club and try to "straighten" it out using the back hand while your dragging it... not powerful or repeatable. So, the answer is no, the club does not straighten some, because it's being dragged, and there's a slight lag in the club head, as the arms/club are being pulled around to the left while unwinding. If you are straightening out the club at impact, you are flipping... usually with the back hand throwing... not good.
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