GOLF BACKSWING DRILL FOR BETTER TAKEAWAY


GOLF BACKSWING DRILL FOR BETTER TAKEAWAY
    GOLF BACKSWING DRILL FOR BETTER TAKEAWAY
    This weeks swing analysis is to help you stay connected in the golf swing takeaway to help you get on a better swing plane
    
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    1. I know this is from 2014, but I watched it today and watched your takeaway especially where you hands where. well I tried it today and it worked lovely. not as good as you guys but it worked and I will be working on it in the future. thanks.

    2. Great drill. once the club is parallel to the ground, do I continue to rotate the shoulder to the top of swing? would doing so considered over rotating?

    3. Love watching your guys videos.  Taped my swing and looks like I am getting the disconnect in my take away. I feel these drills will help me in my take away. Appreciate all the help and keep up the good work!

    4. Love your video lessons. The one drawback I see with the pocket drill is the left arm is bent. Would shaking hands with a person standing behind you be better?
      2ndly where is the clubhead and shaft positioned as you rotate back. I had a habit of pulling the clubhead inside on the same angle as my left arm when I believe and as appears in your video it should stay outside your hands? To avoid doing this caused me to push my arms outside away from me. Then the feeling of having my the clubhead outside my hands on the way back causes me to want to keep it there on the way down and thus I go over the top with the right shoulder. Its been going on for way too long and seems incurable but really causes me great loss of distance. Can you speak to this dilemma? Thanks.
      Ray in Ottawa.

    5. "Where are my keys" drill… I always have my keys in the back opposite pocket of whatever I'm carrying into my house. I practice this drill all the time and never knew it.

    6. Hi guys.. Is this the same for every shot ? Just the start of the takeaway to 8.00, stay connected.!! Bunkers, chipping, pitching, flop ?