HOW TO USE YOUR RIGHT ELBOW TO GET A PROFESSIONAL BACKSWING

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You are currently watching a video about how to use your right elbow to get a professional backswing. This video will really help golfers improve their game and start hitting the golf ball much better.

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Comments

Dave Hill says:

Thats a new one. Great feel. Thanks i hate it when my swing gets better – all my distances change. 🙂

Dougie Montana says:

Didn’t realise my true range until I tried this drill

P McKay says:

I have seen this before and used it, works well.

swisstrader says:

Russell: Yes but wouldn’t you be crazy steep with this move? Are you saying that’s the position we want to be in in the backswing?

Peter Duncan says:

thanks again

Roberto Davalos says:

Sería muy bueno que puedan subtitular en español. De todas formas gracias por tus videos aún sin poder deducir el ingles logré mejorar mi swing observando ños movimientos

hbyrdut says:

Is this drill only for people who can't externally rotate their right shoulder? I'm asking because when you do it you are way more steep with this drill and you don't externally rotate your shoulder. Sorry for my confusion.

Daniel Beaulieu says:

Hi Russel. Truly enjoying your videos. I have a question concerning your exercise of bringing the club at the top with split hands. The question relates to the different range of motion of the lead wrist set: Weak, neutral or strong. When we cock and un-cock the lead wrist to create speed in the release, is this done respecting our different range of wrist motion, or do we always do this motion with the palm moving vertically (i.e., neutral lead wrist set), as you demonstrated in this video? If we do not respect our different characteristics, will this not create inconsistencies when releasing our wrist angles in the downswing? Thank you for responding.

David Manor says:

That's a very good drill

Michel Grenier says:

I love the hands separated drill. It is another execise that helps in finding the feelings that match the correct movement. I understand that videoing is important to see what one is actually doing, but on the course feeling is key. I understand that the best way to learn is different for different people. My brother-in-law learns best by reproducing moves seen on video while Iam totally unable to do so. You are one of the few who proposes good drills for « feel » players👍

G P says:

So many golden nuggets of information. Russell is the first I’ve seen to keep it simple. Genius

Steve C says:

Wuhoo first?

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