Lots of women lose distance by not releasing, or turning their arms over, properly through impact. When you don't release properly, your left elbow goes up after impact, your left palm faces the ground and your weight stays back on your right side.
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Focus on keeping the ‘Y’ shape formed by your arms and clubs intact early in your swing, i.e., during the takeaway. The image here reflects the fact that when you are holding a club at address, your forearms together form the two upper branches of the “Y” letter while the club itself represents the bottom straight line. The idea is to keep this figure intact during the takeaway.
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