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What is the 1 thing, you have to do to make a good swing? Mine is a short back swing. My swing is 210% better when I make a conscience effort to keep my backswing short. Just curious as to what others think there 1 thing is?

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Originally Posted by Mr. Desmond

I've seen a couple already that I use ... another valuable tip - keep your back to the ball for as long as possible.

what does this mean exactly?  hold your finish? or is it referring to another point in the swing?  TIA.

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