TOP OF THE BACKSWING
Bob Mcdonald continues his series to help you improve your full shot technique.
Having a good position at the top of your backswing will help you achieve consistent ball striking. Your backswing sets you up into a position so that you can swing forward.
This Broomstick drill is the simplest of all, assuming that the first 2 lessons that were covered in the last 2 articles have been learned well.
Practice this in front of a mirror to help you get the feel of being in a good position. Next month lesson 4 looks at Transition.
02: The feeling in the right hand is one of holding a dinner tray and a stretching of the left arm by the pressure point shown above. From position #2, merely fold your right elbow and feel the pole go “upside down”. The Pressure Point at the Base of...
03 03: Shows face on (caddy view)
04 04: Shows down the line view of the top of the backswing.
01 01: It is important that your start up (covered last month) must be correct before you move on to this 3rd lesson.