I will show you and discuss the real truths about the backswing. It may not be what you have been led to believe....
This is a hot topic in golf instruction so there will be several videos on this new "fad". I will discuss in future videos this obsession even more- but here is a follow up to the previous video lesson titled 'Clubface and Swing Path"
The swing path and the clubface tend to go hand in hand. Fix the path and you can often fix the face. Fix the face and you can often fix the path. In this video lesson I explain one student's tendency and why we needed to fix the club face to help hit better shots.
Golf instruction has a fascination with what happens behind the ball. The takeaway- the backswing etc.... But how about if you changed your focus to the other side of the swing....
Whilst a backswing can come in many shapes and forms a consistent swing plane is always the option to strive for. Learn from this backswing drill that can put the arms more up and down on the similar plane movement.
Can a faster backswing create a faster swing? We touched on this in a previous video. So, let's enhance the thought with some great imagery from another sport.
Hip turn is an important factor to building a nice turn on the backswing. But can it be overdone?
Everyone wants more swing speed. Here is one way of learning to swing faster and the reasons why it can help just about anyone.
How much should the hips turn on the backswing? Hip turn promotes freedom and helps get the player behind the ball. But how much is enough and how much is too much?
The backswing does not have to engage itself to the 430 path. Most of the time- depending on the student- it is better to find that path on the downswing. Watch as this student works his way through to a better backswing for his game.