Our exclusive test proves you can eliminate 70 percent of your errors—and hit the ball just as far and straight—by completely eliminating your backswing.
Today's high-tech equipment allows you to make mistakes through impact and still hit decent shots. Your backswing isn't so kind. In fact, no matter how good your equipment is, an error in your backswing—even a minor one—will create watered-down impact. Wouldn't it be great if your swing could compensate for mistakes the way oversized sweet spots and perimeter weighting do? We've discovered such a swing, and we use it regularly in our teaching. It's easy to do, requires only moves that you already know and, best of all, it eliminates 70 percent of the mistakes that typically cause you to hit less-than-solid shots. You don't even need to practice it. Just change your starting position from address to the top of your backswing, then let 'er rip.
How it works
Place yourself in the correct position at the top, then pump the club up and swing down. It's the same principle as hitting a baseball. Click here to see a step-by-step explanation of how the no-backswing swing works.
To see the No-Backswing Swing in action, watch this video.
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