I will show you and discuss the real truths about the backswing. It may not be what you have been led to believe....
What is the best angle for the right leg to create on the backswing? There are options but here is my take on which option can serve you best- especially if your transition and downswing causes you trouble.
Golfers are always asked to keep their left arm straight throughout the swing and in doing so neglect the role the right arm has. Use this tip to allow both your arms to work in symmetry right throughout the swing.
Learning to release the club from the 430 entry path opens up a host more backswing options to assist you to hit the ball correctly. There is only a perfect backswing for YOU- not a perfect backswing for ALL.....
It may sound totally illogical to say this but the backswing WILL FIND YOU once you know where impact works from and how to finish the swing. Whilst there are options it truly is just a place to build space and room from. It doesn't have to be perfect as history proves....
Cupped wrist or Bowed wrist? As a carryover from a previous post relating to Jack Nicklaus and his thoughts- here's the video to help distinguish the difference and what is easier to perform for a better game
Great advice here from Jack Nicklaus about the wrist conditions and how they affect the release. There is a video to come on this also that I recently made and it really mimics the Golden Bear's advice here.
The backswing offers a lot of options but one part- the first part- is pretty much non negotiable. Listen as Gary Player explains.
Most of the greatest golfers of all time had a significant lift of the left heel at the top of the backswing. Modern instruction has tried to extinguish that. Listen to why lifting is much better than planting that front heel.
Loading into the right leg on the backswing but still creating turn of the shoulders is extremely useful to help synch up the downswing and the path into impact.