Definition of backswing in English:

backswing

noun

  • A backward swing, especially of an arm or of a golf club when about to hit a ball.

    • ‘Simulate a backswing, then start your forward swing with the right arm and left hip moving together.’
    • ‘Let your head move backward a bit in the backswing to accommodate the shifting of weight to the right foot.’
    • ‘Moreover, you can't control the club very well during the late stages of the backswing.’
    • ‘An on-plane downswing returns to the ball at the same angle as the backswing.’
    • ‘The problem was his short backswing, which forced him to overaccelerate on the forward swing.’
    • ‘She no longer had to worry about drifting too far behind the ball in her backswing and hitting fat or thin shots.’
    • ‘I like to keep my left foot on the ground as my body rotates away from the ball on my backswing.’
    • ‘I was having a problem swaying backward on my backswing and I wasn't making solid contact.’
    • ‘This drill takes the tension out of the swing and allows the club to lag in the backswing and release through impact.’
    • ‘Some amateurs swing too steeply on the backswing, bottom out the arc too soon on the downswing and hit it fat.’
    • ‘Feel like you're stretching the elastic on your backswing to gain swing speed.’
    • ‘The shape of both your backswing and your forward swing is greatly influenced by your posture.’
    • ‘Complete your backswing, then repeatedly swing to about halfway down to sense your wide arc.’
    • ‘Stephen had a common swing flaw: He failed to turn his body behind the ball during the backswing.’
    • ‘Over the putts, his backswing would become as long and wobbly as a jellied eel.’
    • ‘I tend to lift up halfway into the backswing and then just slap at the ball.’
    • ‘She swings in control and stays on plane on the backswing and forward swing.’
    • ‘You can achieve consistent results by adjusting the length of your backswing and your swing speed.’
    • ‘You take the club back too far inside the target line on the backswing, then swing it outside the line on the way down.’
    • ‘Extend your left arm on the backswing, and then extend your right arm on the through-swing.’

Pronunciation:

backswing

/ˈbakswiNG/