Golf Tip: Backswing: Arm Movement; Steven Bann

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In the backswing the arms do not move back but rather hinge upwards Steven Bann: Instructor to PGA Tour Pros Stuart Appleby and K.J. Choi; Co-director of Ban…
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22 Responses to “Golf Tip: Backswing: Arm Movement; Steven Bann”

  1. Now how do I do it simultaneous where my club won’t swing to the inside?

  2. Duh! Now I get it! Thank up, thank you, thank you! Now the “wrist uncocking
    or cocking for that matter makes sense. I’m cocking them up and down but
    swing arms “horizontally”

  3. Best video ever thank you so much

  4. this is incredible. thank you and well done sir.

  5. i wish i had known about this when i started…all this time wasted
    swinging the arms back and all

  6. @sk8rdaniel THose who cannot execute a full shoulder swing, simply shorten
    your swing. 90% of your power should come from 2 feet on both sides of the
    ball. That is why they say accelerate through the ball. Obvious why that is
    a tenet. People need to understand that you don’t need to bring your arms
    past shoulder height. Let your wrists do the work to parallel. And this is
    why you need to be VERY realaxed from the top.

  7. lmao i just keep my left arm straight and take it back.. and its perfectly
    on plane

  8. watch tom kite on here how he do it just like steve here

  9. Takeaway with a little arm lift, then arm lift and bend combined with
    shoulder turn to the top, so they finish their movement at about the same
    time. Checking the swing is on plane will help you with the combination of
    how much of each.

  10. Explaining it by splitting it up was perfect. Thanks so much!

  11. I think this is great advice! if i could just add one thought that may
    help, try to focus on your thumbs pointing upwards as you make your turn,
    this will give you the same arm action Steve is explaining here but will
    assist in helping you feel what your doing, so try to blend the shoulder
    turn and thumbs up simultaneously, should get you on the perfect plane,
    works for me anyway :) goodluck….

  12. Ok i tried this again today and crunched my opening drive around 290-300
    dead straight!!!(not kidding) best part it felt effortless! I actually
    lifted the club up in front of myself(as he does in the clip but i made it
    part of my preshot waggle if you like, (2 lifts in front to train the arm
    action, then set up to swing and just focused on making a good turn knowing
    that my arm action would be just as i had rehearsed in my preshot waggle,
    it was AMAZING!!!! 2 lifts in front, set, turn, bam..

  13. i love you

  14. This is easily one of the best if not the best golf tips on Youtube

  15. nice thanks

  16. Classic !

  17. I don’t agree you swing around your body to help transfer your weight,
    shifting your weight is a vital for power and consistent crisp strikes.

  18. @andrewcay1 The best advice I can give to you is SWING HARD! Learn to hit
    the ball. It might take longer, however, you make small incremental
    adjustments to everything. From grip to follow through. But, they should be
    SMALL! Only small changes once you learn what needs changing.

  19. This is gold….

  20. This guy just explained in 2 minutes what nobody else has been able to tell
    me in about 1 year….no wonder why it’s been so difficult trying to figure
    out what the hell is wrong with my swing, I was thinking about it the wrong
    way!!

  21. I understand what you are saying but it is important for anyone to not
    commit the mistake of turning the shoulders too soon , as most amateurs
    would tend to do , because they want to hit the ball with all their might.
    The reason I like the hips starting a moment before the shoulders is that
    it 1. clears the hips out of the way to let the shoulders swing freely and
    2. creates a separation momentarily between the hips and the shoulderswhich
    add to some valuable distance.

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