Easily executed incorrectly by many novice golfers, a proper backswing essentially powers our entire golf swing starting at our address.
Beginners can have the unfortunate habit of overusing their arms when initially developing their golf swings, especially when performing their back swings.
As golfers develop their swings, they’ll realize that the vast majority of their swinging power actually generates from the natural body movements in the torsos, especially the rotation in their hips during their swings.
In addition to rotating our lower body, good shoulder turn also weighs heavy on our back swing as our grips are maintained during this process as well.
Beginners also have trouble properly shifting their body weight from leg to leg. In our backswings, many novice golfers may end up over swinging if their body weight has shifted its center of gravity back beyond the golfer’s feet, which often leads to missed golf shots and even slipping during our golf swing.
While a small portion of our body weight will naturally shift backward to our rear foot, shifting our entire center of gravity this way will likely result in an imbalanced golf swing.
Most novice golfers are educated enough to seek general golf tips regarding the several aspects associated with taking a proper swing.
Our back swing can be easily critiqued by more experienced golfers as our technique has a heavy influence over the positioning of our clubface, the angle of attack we take upon impact, and the overall performance of our downstroke, which leads poorly composed golf swings to end up slicing the ball.
The effectiveness of our natural body rotation during our entire golf swing will tell on lookers how well composed a golfer’s game has become.
In order to harness the power found in such natural body weight movement, a golfer must maintain positioning for their lead arm on top of the opposite arm’s pectoral muscle. This creates the sensation that our arms are connected to our chest. Maintaining this connectivity will ensure that our striking through impact sends the golf ball on our intended flight path.
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