Adam Scott does this
In this picture of Adam Scott I would like you to look at the 3rd and 4th frames from the left.
What do you see?
He has maintained stable extension in the left wrist from address to top. Typically tour players keep their extension at the top similar to what they had at address or are a bit less extended.
Consistently decreasing wrist extension before reaching impact. On average, pros decrease extension by around 20-25 degrees from top to impact. By removing the extension, pros also get their hands ahead of the ball at impact.
Getting your hands ahead of the ball at impact is the principle of the swing, the same way a boat is designed to float and plane is designed to fly.