Swing Fault – Flat Shoulder Plane

Flat Shoulder Plane – PGA Professional Robin Symes explains the common fault ” Flat Shoulder Plane” for more info and fixes for Downswing Side please visit: Transcript The flat shoulder plane swing fault. What should happen in your back swing is that your shoulder should be turning perpendicular to your spine. A good way to…

Swing Fault – Flat Shoulder Plane



Flat Shoulder Plane – PGA Professional Robin Symes explains the common fault ” Flat Shoulder Plane” for more info and fixes for Downswing Side please visit:
Transcript
The flat shoulder plane swing fault. What should happen in your back swing is that your shoulder should be turning perpendicular to your spine. A good way to test this is if you were to draw a line on your club shaft at address, at the top of your back swing the line between the top of your right shoulder and the top of your left shoulder should be very similar to what the line of your club shaft was at address.
Flat shoulder plane will occur when the line between your right shoulder and your left shoulder will be a lot flatter than the club shaft line at address. This will very commonly put the arms out of position, resulting in the upper body or the hands and arms having to compensate to hit a good shot.
So again, flat shoulder plane is when your shoulders are not turning perpendicular to your spine. Your left shoulder will look very high, your right side will look low.

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