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How Should Your Arms Feel Into The Backswing?
By Paul Wilson | on February 16, 2021 | 2 Comments |
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Paul Wilson is the creator of Swing Machine Golf and founder of Ignition Golf. Paul's golf swing technique is based on the Iron Byron swing machine. YouTube Channels: Paul Wilson Golf and Ignition Golf Tips. Please Join me on Google+
2 Responses to “How Should Your Arms Feel Into The Backswing?”
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February 16, 2021Lenny
Many thanks for your tips. They are very helpful for me. Those check points do help me to improve my golf swing, especially practicing indoor.
For me, the only tip does not work for me too well is where to start driving the downswing. I used to starting with legs/ feet or hips. But they created many slices for me, My swings were not consistent. Until I started to use body core with hips to drive downswing, my swing is getting better.
Also full coil in the backswing and full hinge are very important too. The only thing I did not realized was when I coiled my body in the backswing. I did change my spine too much (from the front view), which prevented me from making full coil as well as full hinge. So now I am trying to used my spine as the center point to coil my body to the top of back swing as well as using this tip. My swing looks much better now. Any comments?
February 17, 2021MichaelBarrett
A Five-Star tip for me. I’ve been a fast backswing fighter for five-plus decades. This tip explains to me why it is so harmful to my swing. Quick=Tight. At the range, I try to think in my head “The farther I want to hit it, the slower I need to take it back.” Also, I try to insure that I stay very relaxed all the way to the top. When I do, I get the proper backswing speed and a good shot nearly always results.
Your wisdom never gets old. Keep up the great work for us!