How To Make A Great Backswing
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Some people make the argument that backswing doesn’t matter. I couldn’t disagree more! While you don’t hit the ball from your backswing, you have to swing down from wherever you are coming from.
There are some specific elements I am always looking for in a great backswing. There are a handful of things all great ball strikers do. In this video – using Adam Scott’s swing as a model – I go through the fundamental pieces that make up a great backswing.
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