Come inside and learn how "swing plane" really functions. Learn why the great ballstrikers were never on plane right throughout the swing
and how being off plane in certain areas allows you to get on plane where it matters most
Keeping pressure on the shaft and wrist conditions intact is the perfect structure necessary to have more feel in the hands and for more strike and control on the ball. To do that- ride the wall...
Whilst a backswing can come in many shapes and forms a consistent swing plane is always the option to strive for. Learn from this backswing drill that can put the arms more up and down on the similar plane movement.
Slotting the club behind the body is a tough a thing to do for mist golfers. Visually the club feels too far behind them. That's why there is a method to the learning of the drills in an order that works. Watch the slot become better on this student in this video.
Over the top swing planes are tough to fix just by thinking your way out of that move. Here is a driving range tip to help shift that path to better.
The way the shoulders work on the backswing and downswing can be different. Learn from this video the correct movement of the shoulders. I call this the difference between a Ferris wheel and a merry go round.
Can a golf swing really work up and down on one plane? Theorists believe so. Let me explain why that generally can't happen.
Learning to improve the swing path on the downswing and entry sometimes needs to be a little abstract. I changed this student below downswing path from the left to right from this one crazy awareness and feel.
Flat versus upright. I m not talking about the swing itself but the equipment. Remember the shape of the swing is not based on address or the top- its how things begin to work on the downswing and then impact
Swing plane is a key way to encourage the body to move in conjunction with the release. Watch this video to learn why a "+" sign can help you sequence the swing better.