How to Shorten Your Backswing with this REALLY EASY TIP


Are you still trying to shorten your backswing? Is your backswing out of control and too long? Do your arms break down at the top of the golf swing? These overswinging problems can cause



Are you still trying to shorten your backswing? Is your backswing out of control and too long? Do your arms break down at the top of the golf swing? These overswinging problems can cause inconsistency in your game and poor contact. In this tip, you’re going to learn a simple way to STOP OVERSWINGING FOREVER. This tip is so simple, you’ll be shortening up your swing on the FIRST TRY.

In the backswing, the arms should stop moving when the shoulders stop turning. Whenever the arms move out of pace with the shoulders, they tend to break-down and overswing. Most golfers will combat this problem by trying to keep their arms straight. That’s a great swing thought but it might not always fix the problem because, on a micro-level, there’s something much smaller in the swing that could be causing the problem – find out by watching this video.
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