Ben Hogan loved his waggle. He talked about it clearly in his book and it is very noticeable in film of him playing and practising that he practised what he preached.
The waggle these days is something of a lost art used by very few of the top players. Jason Dufner (a Hogan buff) is about the only one who has a very similar waggle to that of the older generation of players.
Maybe this has been to do with the new equipment and players “shaping” the ball less, but I feel it can be of tremendous benefit to all golfers when used well.
In this video I show how the waggle can be of use to learning golfers, by giving them a feeling for where and how the wrists should fold in the back swing to be in a square position at the top of the swing.
I also talk a little about how I use the waggle to help me feel the shot I’m about to play.
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Filmed at Troon.