Most swing errors happen when you push your backswing beyond its natural limits—that is, when you try to make a turn that's too big for your physique. You not only lose your posture and balance but your timing, too. Here's a simple range drill to help you find the perfect backswing length for your level of flexibility.
This golf backswing drill will help you to set the club in a nice position halfway back. One of my favourite checkpoints for good swing path and swing plane invloves the position of the hands at the midway point – they should appear directly in front of your chest if you were to look in …
This Stretching Exercise with a Dumbbell Can Help Your Golf Backswing
Please see the backswing checkpoints video in conjunction with this drill to get the most from it.This excellent golf backswing drill is simple but very informative. It will help you get a feel for your swing path and whether you’re swinging the club on too flat or too steep a plane.