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The Triangles of The Golf - Swing Part 3: The Top of Backswing
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In the final instalment of this golf instruction feature, Kevin Haime explains the structure he would like golfers achieve at the top of their backswing.

The full golf tip appeared in the June issue of Flagstick Golf Magazine. The entire text is shared below the video.

Two Key Check Points For Your Backswing

Teaching the golf swing sure has changed a lot since I gave my first lesson as a young PGA of Canada Pro way back in 1987 some 29 years ago.......

In many ways, it’s much easier to learn the golf swing today. Computer software, Doppler radar and the availability of high speed video have all allowed teaching pros to research the fundamentals of the motion, understand the golf swing in more detail and allowed them to show golfers exactly where they’re going wrong.

In my experience, when a golfer sees themselves and their golf swing, it completely changes their perception of what they think they’re doing and how they should swing the club. At our golf school, we literally video record every golfer who ends up on our lesson tee. I believe that seeing yourself and what your swing looks like is just that important.

I also…

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