edited and moved to proper discussion category.
I've read alot about technique around here and other places and talked to some pros and the consensus i got was that a player should keep his/her wrist locked for better drives (distance, snap, spin, clean release etc).
I was reading up on KC's website and he said he cocks his wrist fully for max power. this is the first i've heard, seen, or read about an elite level player fully cocking their wrist.
maybe he's fully cocking his wrist but on his pull through, his wrist opens up and that his wrist is in line with his forearm upon the hit.
anyone care to discuss?
thanks in advance.
WRIST BEND AND GRIP
In general, the bend in my wrist matches the amount of power needed for the shot. If I only am throwing 50%, then the wrist is 50% cocked etc. If I'm going to throw as hard as I can, then my wrist will be curled to the fullest. Not cocking too much on the shorter shots creates more control. It's progressive all the way down to the putt, where I don't cock my wrist.