Mid range wedge finish has the body turned and a little space between your hands and the band. If you do not sequence the body or add too much arm/wrist speed the band will run into the hands. Notice how the chest, arms, and hands are not down the target line (stick on the ground).
For full swings the band will intersect the middle of your trail arm. Notice how the body position looks similar to the above smaller shot but the arms and club have traveled further due to the speed. I call this the Tommy Fleetwood finish or flighted finish. Notice how the hands are about shoulder height with the club head higher. Do not try to lift the ball into the air.
If you get out of sequence, body stalls, and hands throw the band will go under your hands and you will get wrapped up like below. If this happens back down the speed until you can get the body and club in sync.
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