Golf Tip: How to Make a Proper Golf Swing Plane by Bob Knee – National University Golf Academy





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Bob Knee, PGA Master Golf Instructor, explains how to make a proper swing plane. To discuss this golf tip with other golfers and share your own leave a comment below. We look forward to your feedback.

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Today we’re going to talk about how to make a proper swing plane to help you deal with any time that the club gets too upright and goes across the line. Sometimes a player, when they make their back swing, battles the club getting too verticle and having it go across the line, or across their head on top of the back swing. One good tool to help you work on this, is from good proper posture. When you make your turn, you should have the ability to feel like the shaft of the club is at a 45 degree angle.

A nice drill to help you with this is called a “split grip drill”. If I take my bottom hand and hold it at the top of the club, I take my top hand and split my grip. As I set up holding my club about knee high off the ground, I make a back swing from there. What that’ll help teach me to do, is how my right arm is suppose to fold properly underneath the club, so the club can be flatter and a little more down the line at the top of the back swing. After I’ve done it with the drill it’s good to go back to my regular grip and feel the same position at the top. This should help you in your ability to keep the club more on plane and help you with your game.

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