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While many players drown in hours of technique and instruction, understanding the mechanics behind any golfer’s backswing can be broken down very easily.
Through imparting sound fundamentals through the GG Swing Method, George Gankas golf instruction hasn’t changed much over the years. Still aiming to improve the natural ability of all players regardless of current playing level, George Gankas golf lessons have become one of the most practiced systems in the sport.
Gankas understands that in order to produce a successful backswing, the player must first position their golf club correctly for a straight trajectory. One of the main purposes behind any player’s backswing focuses on building up force while drawing away from the golf ball in order to increase the speed of the clubhead through to impact.
Despite being comprised of several transitions and movements, the entire golf swing hedges upon what happens to the golf ball immediately at impact. Producing the most efficient impact with the golf ball must be the main focus of any player intending to succeed in this sport.
The positioning of your golf club during your backswing will have a great influence over the difficulty or ease experienced during the ever so vital impact position.
Most conventional performances require that the player establish a square swing path for their shot that maintains all the way into impact with the ball. Players must pay special attention to how their golf club sets during backswing, as the positioning assumed during this portion of the swing will heavily influence the eventual impact positioning.
An equally important element to consider, the angle our clubface takes during the backswing will also determine the accuracy of our shots.
Be sure to assume a neutral position prior to impact for the best results. The easiest way to control your clubface angle comes through the grip you apply to your club, the manner in which your arms rotate and the positioning of your left wrist during the swing.
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