The Perfect Way To Start The Backswing
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I get a lot of questions on how to start the backswing. So, I want to just give you my thoughts on how to build a system with starting the backswing and how to practice.
Let’s break the takeaway into two parts. Part one is what do I do from setup to the time my hands get to my right thigh? Part two is what do I do from right thigh until the club is parallel to the ground?
What I’m really focused on for my setup position to that first part of the takeaway is getting the club head to move back and club to move back primarily with my arms, shoulders, and bigger torso muscles. I’m not looking to have a lot of hip turn and body turn right away. I don’t even want to turn my shoulders all that much. I’m just trying to get the club head moving in space a little bit here. My wrist angles aren’t changing conditions drastically at this point. It’s an arm and shoulder move.
To practice this, I take my set up and get some motion going. I would focus on just that move – getting the butt of the club moving laterally.
To go from part one to part two, I’m going to add a little hinge. My right arm is going to bend a little and now my body’s turning.
When I get to the point where the club is parallel to the ground, I’d like to see the club head even with my hands or slightly outside of my hands and I want to see this club face tilted down slightly. The two big things that could jack up your takeaway would be too much form rotation and too much – or not enough – hinge.
I would learn to start your backswing like this – especially during the wintertime. It’s a great way to build a foundation to your swing and gives you a checkpoint measurement system.
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