Avoid Coming Too Far Inside on Your Backswing

Maria Palozola of answers a question submitted by Luke that asks if there are any drills to help avoid coming too far inside on the backswing. Maria demonstrates how you can use a couch or a wall or a swing plane pole to help ensure you are not bringing the club too far inside on your backswing. This is a great way to prevent laying the club off on your takeaway and getting trapped inside.

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Maria suggests to start working the club upwards once your takeaway reaches parallel to the ground. As you reach this point, your wrists should be cocking and your arms will travel upwards. If you hit the wall, couch or swing plane pole that is an indication that you are going too far inside. If this happens, chances are you are rolling your wrists instead of cocking them.

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