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Golfers are in constant search of ways to improve the consistency of their shots, leading many to look at elements of their backswing that may benefit from improvements in posture and swing composition.
Obvious inconsistencies with golf shots lead many players to deconstruct several elements of their overall golf swing, typically examining their posture, swing path, and the transitions between the many stages of their swings.
Aware of the many issues that cause inconsistent results on the golf course, GG Swingtips Golf’s lead instructor George Gankas has compiled the key elements that create consistent shots for his students.
Focusing our attention on just the core elements of our backswing, George has gathered his most important tips for correcting common swing inconsistencies faced by golfers of all skill sets.
Acting as the angle by which are shoulders are measured to an upright stance, our shoulder tilt has a huge influence over the effectiveness of our backswing.
With 36 degrees to the left at the top of our backswing being the typical tilt experienced by most right handed PGA Golf professionals, with many high handicap golfers experiencing a shoulder tilt of 29 degrees to the left in the identical position.
While the difference in degrees for these two positions may seem insignificant mathematically, the effects on a golfer’s ability to strike solid are extremely evident in the inconsistencies the high handicap golfer typically experiences.
Losing stability in your posture during the backswing of your shot will cause clear limitations in your left shoulder ability to turn downward under your head, causing evident complications in your overall golf swing.
Focusing your efforts on getting your shoulder down more towards the ground during your swing will help improve your handicap and overall experience on the golf course.
As an instructor, George Gankas has been a strong practitioner of Leadbetter’s A Swing method for players he has witnessed marked improvements in when applying the system.
David Leadbetter developed his A Swing (or Alternative Swing) in Florida over the course of 10 years at his golf academy.
The swing has been shown to create an energy efficient motion that utilizes only minimal body movement on the part of the golfer, which makes the A Swing much easier to repeat with far less physical toll being placed on the body
Evident in the several hours of golf lessons that George Gankas has made freely available on YouTube, his teachings strongly follow the A Swing’s emphasis on utilizing the core muscle groups to power our entire golf swing.
During our backswing, this method has been shown to consume 30% less energy, with the center of gravity of the golfer shifting 15% less when compared to traditional golf swings.
One of the crucial benefits of the A Swing method manifests in the 10% increase experienced in our shoulder rotation during the backswing.
Such a pronounced increase in our shoulder rotation assists in producing a professional caliber backswing that ultimately results in better golf shots on a more consistent basis.
Also interesting to note regarding the backswing produced during an A Swing, studies have shown that a golfer’s hands travel 20% less though their golf club sees a 15% increase in distance traveled when compared to more traditional backswings.
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