Hi, it's Jim Empey for LIVESTRONG.com. I'm here at Quail Hollow Golf Club in Boise, Idaho and the reason I'm here today is to talk about how to get to a solid impact position where the club is able to compress the ball and it to launch with spin. I get asked quite often from players who feel like the club flips at impact. Where they feel like the club head flips ahead of their hands and arms and I get asked quite often how to stop that. And let me answer that question in a couple of ways. One is if we're going to get the club to release in a timely fashion so that at impact we've got a slight forward learn to the shaft of the club. To do that we've got to have a lower body that unwinds and moves dynamically to the left side. If our lower body stalls or is stationary the club is going to tend to release early and flip through impact and that sort of ineffective release produces thin shots, it produces heavy shots, it doesn't compress the ball and get it to launch with any sort of energy. The second thing we're going to do to produce a solid impact is we're going to remember that we've got to allow the club to unhinge and release with the motion of the swing. Not with our efforts to produce a solid hit. In other words as we swing forward and as the club unwinds and comes forward in to impact we've got to allow gravity and centripetal force to unhinge it. To release the wrist hinge rather than us doing it manually with any sort of hand action. If we can learn to swing through and allow gravity to work for us, the club begins to release in a consistent way and we're able to hit solid shots in a routine way. Good luck with that.