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Old 09-26-2012, 10:11 PM   #10
tricky
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A lot of variables to be honest. The first thing you want to look at is, regardless of size of backswing, do you have a consistent contact point? If you don't, then that means your backswing is masking problems with your unit turn (or a complete lack thereof.)

The "correct" size of your backswing can be determined by the one-foot drill. Standing on just your plant foot, go through your complete swing. If your backswing is significantly smaller, then that means your normal backswing is covering up a hitch.
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