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Into your backswing, you want to make sure that your lead knee is rotating back correctly. I see in a lot of golf swings that the front knee tends go towards the target and this hinders the backswing coiling correctly.
You want to make sure that your entire body is coiling correctly when you go into your back swing. You want to think of your body as a giant spring. Your front knee needs to keep the correct rotation and this will help with gaining more distance and accuracy.
When you start going into your backswing, check out your front knee position. Does it go towards the target or does it turn with your body. If it is coiling correctly into your backswing, then you are fine but if its not, then there is a problem.
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