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Easy Way To Fix Backswing Length
By Paul Wilson | on January 17, 2021 | 6 Comments |
Tags: Backswing Lengthgolf back swinggolf backswingLong Backswingshort backswing
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+
6 Responses to “Easy Way To Fix Backswing Length”
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January 17, 2021SallyCunningham
This tip is very appropriate for me at the moment. I have had a short backswing for a while now, and yet I am capable of doing a full backswing. When I am playing, my practice swing is a full backswing but then when I go to hit the ball I shorten it ???? Is that because I am in too much of a hurry to hit the ball ? Or too tight ???
January 19, 2021Paul Wilson
Your practice swing, you are not thinking of hitting the golf ball as there is none to hit, so you are a little too ball conscience when trying to make swing changes. I would start by slowing down and trying to actually do the move with the golf ball in front of you. You will take so long to make actual changes and this will be tough for you to get to that next level of golf. Check out these 2 tips for you, the second I also use to get golfers to lengthen their swing:
Making Changes? Feel It, Hit It: https://ignitiongolf.com/feel-it-hit-it-2/
2 Minutes To Perfect Lag: https://ignitiongolf.com/2-minutes-perfect-lag/
January 18, 2021PaulKochanowski
As I watched the video, I was thinking about how you might do this inside in the winter. If you had a Liveview camera, for instance, couldn’t you place the camera behind you and the iPad or other video device in front of you and obtain the same information about your backswing?
January 19, 2021Paul Wilson
For sure! That is one of the great things about the liveview camera system. Anything really to make sure that you are keeping your golf swing consistent during the times when it is tougher to go out to the range to work on your golf swing.
January 25, 2021DavidBolsega
At set up my hands and club are a couple of inches from my waist at the start of the take away.
On the downswing my hands and end of club move away from my waist a good 4-6 inches while making contact with the ball. How do I get closer to set up alignment to try to match both positions?
February 1, 2021Paul Wilson
This could be from coming over the top, when you come over the top or over the swing plane the hands are usually too far away from you. These are some great tips to watch:
Over The Top – To What Degree Are You?: https://ignitiongolf.com/ott-what-degree/
Over The Top – Body Tilt: https://ignitiongolf.com/ott-body-tilt/
Over The Top – Where Are Your Palms Facing?: https://ignitiongolf.com/ott-palms/