GOLF: More Golf Swing Speed | Let Go Of Your Backswing!

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This simple golf tip can help you get more distance with every club in the bag by creating more width and length in your backswing that results in more effortless and accurate power.

So here is a short video explaining the benefits and how you can increase power in your golf swing no matter your age or ability.

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11 thoughts on “GOLF: More Golf Swing Speed | Let Go Of Your Backswing!

  1. For those who dip, reverse pivot, lack hip/shoulder flexibiltiy, etc. wouldn't it be more advisable to use a three quarter swing as many a pro has done down the years?

  2. hi I wonder if you could advise, i did try this, letting the hips rotate more lifting left heel off the ground but during a game i was playing very badly and a buddy of mine said i was reverse pivoting as in my efforts to turn the hips etc my right leg was straightening and titling over,, i was producing very weak shots ?? cheers ps superb hole there although i would imagine those houses would be in danger with some of us!

  3. Here is how i let go of my backswing. I basically just hold the club in my thumb and finger of my right hand. All other fingers and palm on almost zero pressure. As i get to the top of my backswing i actually let the club go!!! At the point of transition your club is stationary. Then I firm up my left hand 3 fingers and swing down. It stops me rushing transition and no over the top.

  4. Easy for you to say and do. You're a young'n and I am 67 old bugger and not very flexible so I have to bend my left arm to get the shaft parallel but as long as I straighten the left arm on the downswing it seems to work ok for me.

  5. Hi and thanks for your video. I was wondering if you could comment about playing golf with tennis elbow pain. I tend to chicken wing. Could this be the cause? I've noted comments from other viewers about the collapse of the lead arm. Any solutions?

  6. Look, I appreciate the fact that you are trying to help and that these videos are free. You could be offering just a come-on to your site like others do, but you don't. HOWEVER, and while I realize you can only focus on one part of the swing at a time, I honestly don't think most golfers would argue with what you're saying, nor would there be many who couldn't "find their own way" to the top. The wrinkle is COMING DOWN. Now that your poised at the top and you "have leverage", WHAT do you use to take advantage of it. Your lead arm, your trail arm, both? With many of "us", from the top our eyes widen, we mutter "hit" and use the arm, shoulder and pec muscles to drive the trail arm down. We may also then see the lead arm collapse as we approach impact and all we'll end up with is a deeper hole behind the ball. Your comment about the "slow, languid" feel is key, THAT'S what will get us a decent strike, but how to get that is, IMO, the holy grail of golf.

  7. I'm not the most flexible person (I'm a pretty big guy) in the world so I can't get to parallel and still keeping the left arm straight. Is getting to parallel a must?

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