Hi, it's Jim Empey for LIVESTRONG.com. I'm the teaching pro here at Quail Hollow Golf Club in Boise, Idaho, and I want to talk for just a couple moments about how to achieve a late release in the forward swing. People that have played any sort of golf know to generate energy we've got to have the club come forward in this delayed fashion in this hinged fashion so that the bottom of the swing as our body unwinds, the club is able to unload it at the bottom of the swing and thereby generate additional energy. Thereby square the face, compress the ball and get the ball to launch with a lot of velocity. To do that we're going to do a couple of things. Number one is we're going to make sure that our body and in particular our lower body hips and legs initiate the forward swing. We want to use our core of the lower half of our body to lead the forward swing just as we would if we threw a ball, we'd step and throw and in the golf swing we're going to unwind lower half leading so that the arms and club come down last and so that the club is able to catch up with the bottom of the swing. Second thing we're going to do is we're going to make sure that our hands are passive in the forward swing. The more supple we can be the more we can allow the motion of the swing and namely centripetal force and gravity to unload the club and unhinge our wrists. The more timely the club will square and the more energy it will develop right at the bottom of the swing. Conversely if we use our hands and arms to deliver the club head, we end up unhinging the club prematurely and that costs us speed, costs us compression, all sorts of things. So from the top of your back swing we're going to bring the club forward in a hinged fashion, we're going to unwind with our lower body and in a very supple loose dynamic way we're going to allow the club to release at the bottom of the swing. Try that and you'll hit it better.