First off, thanks for taking the time to participate in the forum, I am glad to have you and your inquiries.
I have gotten my Stack and Tilt information straight from the horse's mouth, as I have known Andy and Mike for a while, have worked with both, and am fortunate enough to be able to call them friends. I have been working on this information to one degree or another for about 7 years now, so it's hardly anything new, at least to me. I am also fortunate enough to be able to teach this information at The Stock Farm Club in Hamilton, MT. With only a handful of us around the country that know the information well enough to teach it effectively, it is interesting to note that my Director of Golf/Head Professional is also friends with Mike and Andy and teaches the information.
Anywho, I am not quite sure I understand the terminology of your post, however I can tell you that using wrist roll is a death sentence to the golf swing. The truth is, you should feel like there is no release of the golf club. Gravity and circular forces make sure the throwout force effecting the clubhead will make the clubhead-left arm relationship lengthen enough to contact the ground. Simply put, try to make a swing where you retain your primary tilt and maintain as much wrist hinge as you can in the downswing, trying to whiff the ball. You can't do it. If you could truly hold the lag that long, you would swing over top of the ball without ever coming out of your tilt. If you keep your body rotation going throughout the downstroke, the release will take care of itself.
I hope this helps, as I am not sure as to exactly what your inquiry was. If this isn't helpful, feel free to repost something, and thanks once again for participating.
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