The Right Way To Turn Your Back to the Target

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People often try to increase their coil by turning their back to the target. Although this seems simple, it must be done right. If you do it this way you’ll not only increase your shoulder turn but also the torque necessary in a repeatable swing. After you check out this tip please take a minute to watch the product review below of the Ultimate Swing Trainer which is a great device to help you increase your backswing coil and flexibility.

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Paul Wilson

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4 Responses to “The Right Way To Turn Your Back to the Target”

  1. October 9, 2015

    oliverbenoit

    Could one be too steep on down swing?

  2. August 18, 2017

    StianOttersen

    Just a quick one: on top of the backswing should the head (face) be parallell to the target line? In the fullswing dashboard I can see that your face is still facing out in front of you. Asking cause I tend to twist my head around a bit.

    • Paul Wilson

      August 20, 2017

      Paul Wilson

      Stian,

      Your head may swivel a bit going back. Just depends on what eye dominant you are. I would be more concerned if the head was moving back 3-5″ not if the head is swiveling as you take it back. If the head moves back as you go back you should be good.

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