By Swingpal.com staff
One of the biggest problems that many golfers have when it comes to solid ball-striking is that they develop swings that require too many compensation moves to get back to a decent position at impact.
One way to avoid needing to make compensation moves in your swing is to get the club working on a proper plane in your backswing.
In this video segment, Swingpal instructor Brian Lackey has some tips to help you improve your backswing, which will make it easier for you to deliver and release the club properly at impact and into your finish.
Try these tips, get the club working on a better plane going back and you’ll enjoy more consistent ball-striking.