Symptom: You have heard of the no backswing golf swing drill but don’t know how to do it. You wonder if using a no backswing swing could help.
You sometimes lose your balance, and your backswing goes too long or past parallel. Your playing companions call you “Happy Feet” as your feet slip and your ball slices off to the right yet again…
Description: Tee up the ball. Take a stance like a baseball player, with your left arm parallel to the ground and the club at 90 degrees to your left arm. Alternately, put the club shaft parallel to the ground, toe up, in perfect position. Make a small backswing from this position and then execute the golf shot.
Why it works: Many golfers have a backswing that is much too long or fast, and it robs them of both power and control. The no backswing golf swing puts the club in the proper downswing position, so you can execute a solid and crisp downswing.
The No Backswing Golf Swing Gives You Perfect Downswing Position
This is a big advantage for you. Indeed, when you do this drill for the first time, you might actually be in the correct position to strike the golf ball for the first time in your life! (There certainly is a lot of ways to get into the wrong position as you attack the ball on the downswing). Once you feel the proper downswing position, you will find it easier to get back there on your full swing.
Justin Thomas shows us how to execute the no backswing swing as he warms up for this golf clinic. He does this warmup drill several times between 0:23 and 1:10. Have a look.
Justin uses the no backswing swing for warmups, but you will be amazed at how straight and far you can hit the ball with this very modest backswing. Gradually increase the length of your backswing, but as soon as you lose power or control, go back to the shorter backswing.
The hope is that once you realize the right downswing position from no backswing drill, you will alter your full swing to get back to this perfect position.
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