Golf Swing Tips | Set Your Wrists On The Backswing

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Get Mark’s iPhone App Get Mark’s Android App Like Mark Crossfield on Facebook Follow Mark/4golfonline on twitter Mark Crossfield the Exeter golf professional shows you how to hit your golf shots better with the correct backswing. The golf swing tip is easy to understand, watch the video lesson for better golf today.


IanPoulterFan2010 says:

all ur vids have helped me out just a little bit and THAT make all the difference.
thank you and keep the vids coming!

underdog3four says:

Superb, easy to follow, no nonsense tips that work. i’ve taken this stuff to the range, set up my camera and worked out kinks in the matter of a half hour or so. Keep them coming… Wisconsin loves these vids!

4golfonline says:

Thanks for the comments, if you want to send me video to help you with your golf swing just drop me a line. 

ved68 says:

Perfect.. Have been trying to figure this one out.. Very well explained.. Tks

michaeltillcock says:

hi, it would be great if you could look at my swing and give me some tips, can see my swing in slow-mo on my channel

beefflavouredbolloks says:

Wow, these videos are great I’ve picked up on so many issues in my swing which I’ve recently created thanks for the help.

yankeeinsurance says:

Have trouble with getting arms stuck behind me. When and how to set wrists?

mypalsdontcallme says:

how can i send you a video of my swing?

steveminla says:

This is by far my most difficult part to over come at the moment!
Thanks you for the insight ( from this video and many other of your videos )!

peartfaldo says:

Check out Nick Faldos pre set drill.  Its here on youtube. It will help you no doubt. Just type in Faldo Preset Drill and favorite it. IT WORKS!!!!!!!!!

peartfaldo says:

Again…check out Nick Faldos preset drill. Its here on youtube. Just type in Faldo preset drill.  IT WORKS/HELPS Good Luck.

Heath Triffett says:

faldo quit because the kids were out driving him by 100 yards on tour and his gigantic ego couldn’t take it. I’ll stick with mark thanks 😛

GlenburnGolf says:


caloyjp says:

when does the wrist start to hinge during the backswing?

rich jones says:

hi mate if you get a spare two minutes have a look at my swing videos, also how do you get more views?? thanks and good tips 🙂

Theclassiccarnut says:

need to turn hips in order to keep left arm extended.

beingahm says:

i am a boy and like to play golf and have a great interest in mobile apps. i had a deep insight in the bankers open tournament by ufone becuase i like to play golf. and then this news broke up that ufone also made the first of its kind golf app which can be downloaded on any Apple and Android OS phone. well ufone you made my day.
You definetly make our country proud. well done. Looking forward from Ufone a lot more in this regards.

Austin McCollum says:

Ok so I have been playing baseball my whole life and I just started picking up golf. So in my backswing I can set my hands and wrist perfectly but when I start coming through to strike the ball my right wrist won’t come back over to square my clubface. This comes from my natural inside out baseball swing, where I keep my wrists locked until after contact with the ball. How would you suggest to get my wrists to come over to square my clubface?

Groganater88 says:

did you get a reply to this as i have exactly the same problem great baseball player cant relate it to golf

Austin McCollum says:

I figured out to take my hands to my load point in my baseball swing. I set pretty much all weight on my back foot and when I do that my hands naturally swing down like I would release my hands in my baseball swing. I haven’t hot the ball better in my life. Hope this helps groganatar88

Groganater88 says:

thanks i will give it a go i smash it for miles in a lovely swinging slice into the distance never to be seen again if it went straight i know i could drive smaller par 4s

Jonathan Udechukwu says:

Sending you mine Mark! thanks! 🙂 GREAT STUFF! I love your channel and all your work.

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