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The point of the backswing is to turn your body and to slightly bend your trail elbow, to elevate your trail elbow (to varying degrees), and to hinge your wrists (to varying degrees). The first bit — what's commonly called "turning your shoulders" — is the most important. Getting the club to parallel is not even on the list.
Ok, here are my first questions for 2018: Q: Should John Daly be in the golf hall of fame? If so, why? If not, why not? Q: Who, in your opinion, was a more prolific long-ball hitter, Daly, Couples, or Davis Love III (or someone else I'm not thinking of. e.g., Jack, Tiger, Snead, etc.). Of course, this assumes equipment restricted all golfers to the era they played in. I'm hoping this will produce better responses than the gang-bang I took over single-length clubs (I knew not of what I spoke). Peace.