Of course he "twisted the shaft". But he twisted it by arching his wrist. I'll say it again: it's a question of definition.
No it isn't.
The definition has been set.
Hold the club straight out in front of you—face vertical, normal grip, shaft label correctly applied.
Bend your right wrist straight back (which flattens then arches the left wrist) , keeping the ace vertical, and shaft label UNTWISTED.
To the plane the face did NOTHING, to the target the face opened.
But that's not reality in golf. In golf happens just what I showed and the club face will shut when arching.
Sorry Charlie, apples and oranges.
I am just trying to explain something so basic, you missed it.
And btw, your opposing circles video is very good, and the basic thesis is very correct.
Lost is translation. In this case with Peete I think most people assume we're talking about his left wrist postion at the top of his swing and not his left wrist position at impact. Apples and oranges.
My video is VERY BASIC and 100% correct.
You are talking about a twist ABOUT THE SHAFT movement.
....There is no meaning to move it away from its place and say it's open or close by some wrist action.