People look at Rory Sabbatini and say he hangs back on it.
He does not. What he is doing is adding lots of spine tilt through impact.
That creates a tremendous amount of room for your arms.
Now I am not saying you should all contort your bodies and break your backs, but adding a small amount of spine tilt at impact will create more room for your arms to swing. That creates more speed and less need for hand manipulations.
I have seen Jamie Sadlowski do this as well.
It is easy to distinguish between hanging back and adding a small amount of tilt at impact. If the downswing is initiated by the lower body shifting the weight left…this can add tilt if the upper body stays behind the ball.
If you add tilt without shifting to the left side…it’s hanging back and what every bad golfer does because it is done by dropping the right shoulder.
So there is the difference.
Lead hip toward target and shifting weight=tilt.
Rear shoulder dropping=hanging back.