How to Make a Perfect backswing
The backswing is a swing sequence that takes place immediately after the takeaway and will bring your club up until it reaches the top of the swing.
Four steps to make a better backswing
Use the tips below in other to improve your golf backswing. Until you begin to feel familiar with the position, repeat the steeps, then use it as a reference for your top-of-the-backswing position during the swing itself.
1. Take Your Stance
Play the ball just forward of Center. Make sure your lead ear is just behind the ball; this will help you pivot just behind it as you make your swing.
2. Load The Wrists
Hinge the club vertically upwards, past your trail ear, and let it rest on your trail shoulder. Keep your elbows close to your sides. Note how this action effectively cocks your wrists.
3. Back to Target
Now rotate your torso through 90-degrees until your back is facing the target. This pivot, troublesome to many golf players, but it becomes easier when your arms are tucked and relaxed.
4. Push Your Hands to 10 O’clock
Lastly, push your arms out to 10 o’clock to add width and extension. You are now rotated, with your wrists hinged and your weight positioned powerfully to move into impact.