Patton Kizzire - Backswing Width & Connection

Patton Kizzire discusses how he likes to keep the width in his backswing. He also explains how he likes to keep the connection at the same time.


I'd like to get into the backswing and how you're wide and-- one of the things I notice about you and a lot of the guys, you're not real worried about-- a lot of people talk about being tight and connected. But you're nice and-- I like loose. Not loose, but I like width--




You've got a lot of space.

I like to keep the width, but maintain the connection. There's a connection in here and in here.

They're moving at the same speed.

Right. You can take it so far until-- you can feel the air come out of the balloon if you don't--

If you stomp that.

Yeah. Yeah.

Are you doing anything up here? Go to the top for me. Are you trying to keep this right elbow anywhere? Is that anything? You get it up there so nice.

Yeah, I would rather it stay here and there as opposed to--

Yeah, you just want it to be balanced, right?

I don't want it to be-- I don't want this number.

Just balanced.

Yeah, I want it to be--

Of course, we're trying to make the club so stable that we can do it easily and repeat it, right?

Right. Yeah, I want to have a nice, crisp backswing to the top, have some nice flow to it. But I want it to be nice and crisp, and I want to be patient.