From a teachers perspective, understanding how the body works (biomechanics) is an important part of teaching the golf swing. This allows us to show you how to position the body, which in turn, helps you hit the ball better and play better golf. Luckily, the Single Plane Golf Swing is a model, defined by certain positions that produce the easiest way to get to impact.
In this video, I show you the importance of isolating the lead shoulder to square the club face at impact – the most important moment of the swing.
The Single Plane golf swing is not a quick fix golf technique. It is a system, beginning at address, that simplifies the most important moment of the golf swing – impact.
Starting at address on two planes where the arms hang straight down at address, the Conventional golf swing is complicated. Because the arms are hanging straight down, a conventional golfer must lift the body into impact creating stress on the back.
This upward movement to accommodate the two planes is unnecessary.
The Single Plane Golf swing simplifies the golf swing by eliminating the need for the upward movement by starting and impacting on the same plane.
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