Tommy shows us not to roll the clubface over post impact. As Trevino also said… “keep the clubface looking at the target a little longer”.
Tommy shows us how to save our back and finish in an upright posture fully rotated with the shoulders.
Tommy shows us the importance of getting those shoulders fully rotated on the backswing. As Hogan said “rotation, rotation, rotation”. This is the first one we need to fully embrace.
Tommy shows us not to fear cupping the left wrist at the top. Notice that the right wrist is more flat. This opens the clubface and is half of the equation for properly working the club through transition. The open face gives us the green light to hit hard and rotate level though impact without fearing the ball flying hard left.
Working from open to open I call “the magic trick” When done properly, the ball flies straight consistently because the golf swing becomes the responsibility of the body rotation and not a flick of the hands through impact independent of torso rotation.
A Martial Arts master would call this striking from the core, Chi or Dantien.