Here are the steps on how to put backspin on a golf ball:
By: Donna F Weiss
Choose the right club. The loft of the club is the main factor that determines how much backspin you can generate. A higher lofted club, such as a wedge, will create more backspin than a lower lofted club, such as a driver.
Position the ball correctly. The ball should be placed slightly forward in your stance, so that you are hitting down on it. This will help you to create more loft and backspin.
Take a shallow swing. A shallow swing will help you to avoid hitting the ground behind the ball, which can reduce backspin.
Hit the ball low on the clubface. The lower you hit the ball on the clubface, the more backspin you will generate.
Swing with a fast clubhead speed. The faster the clubhead speed, the more backspin you will generate.
Follow through with your swing. Make sure to follow through with your swing so that you can impart as much energy as possible into the ball.
Use a high-quality golf ball. A high-quality golf ball will have more grooves, which will help to grip the ball and create more spin.
– Hit the ball on a firm surface. A firm surface will help the ball to bounce less and stay on the green longer.