Most swing errors happen when you push your backswing beyond its natural limits—that is, when you try to make a turn that's too big for your physique. You not only lose your posture and balance but your timing, too. Here's a simple range drill to help you find the perfect backswing length for your level of flexibility.
In order to deliver the golf club powerfully into the back of the golf ball, you must maintain a firm base with your lower body and create a powerful backswing coil. This coil results by turning the upper body against the resistance of the lower body. Good players facilitate the creation of coil by maintaining the gap between the knees on the backswing (right). They unleash the energy stored in the coil by closing the gap on the downswing.
Please see the backswing checkpoints video in conjunction with this drill to get the most from it.This excellent golf backswing drill is simple but very informative. It will help you get a feel for your swing path and whether you’re swinging the club on too flat or too steep a plane.
Golfers who want to begin an exercise program that helps their golf game should choose exercises that are specifically beneficial to an efficient golf swing. The core is a critical area for the golfer. Your core range of motion dictates how big a backswing you'll be able to make, resulting in a higher level of clubhead speed and distance.