Golf Backswing Drill – Bring the Club Up on the Correct Club Path





Golf Backswing Drill – Golf drill that trains you to bring the club up along the correct swing path, instead of inside or outside.

Use a wall to perform this golf drill to find if your golf backswing is too steep or flat.

► Golf Backswing Drill – Video Golf Lesson Summary

– Set up as you normally would but rest your buttocks against a high wall.

– Slowly perform your takeaway and backswing and note where the clubhead would strike the wall as it moves up.

– Ideally, the clubhead should strike the wall around your head’s height if you are swinging along a correct swing plane.

– If the clubhead strikes the wall sooner – lower – than that it means your swing is too flat and you are bringing the club back inside.

– If the clubhead strikes the wall much later – higher – or never at all, it means your swing is too steep and you are bringing the club back outside.

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