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The Differentiation with a Two Plane and Single Plane Swing Movement by Jim O'Connell

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The Differentiation with a Two Plane and Single Plane Swing Movement

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We have been told a lot from golf experts along with instructors relating to the term golf swing plane. To help complicate things they talk about one-plane and two-plane swings. With this piece we would like to try and clarify a big difference among the two, as well as the benefit each have when implementing them into a golfer's game. It can become rather perplexing since the disparities may appear fairly subtle. But ideally once and for all we can shed some light on the two types of golf swings so you'll understand what they're referencing.

1. The one-plane golf swing sequence. The golf swing that was utilized by Ben Hogan in the past and currently by Matt Kuchar, a lot of swing gurus think that this gives accuracy above power. If you watch a golfer with a single plane swing most likely the key thing you'd note will be the angle in the spinal column. It will be angled considerably greater than normal, about in a 35° to 45° tilt from a straight-up line. It is vital to maintain this tilt in the course of the entire swing.

The explanation for this is basically the shoulders along with the left arm during the back swing ought to keep at around 90 degrees with the angle of the backbone. During the follow-through the right arm should come across the chest area, and again with a 90° angle to the backbone. The golf grip ought to be medium to strong because there is little hand action going into your golf ball; the action with your swing is going to automatically get the face of the club into the golf ball.

So as to keep the one plane golf swing complete from beginning to end, it is very important to have virtually no sway within the golf swing. Therefore your head must stay perfectly aligned above the golf ball. It will help to do this when you have a somewhat wider foot position.

2. A two-plane swing action. It is called two-plane because of the rotation with the body is not on a similar swing path with the arms as they go back into your back swing. The spine angle will be more erect and the arms are going to dangle downward. From this point the hips along with shoulders will rotate backwards similarly to that of a one-plane swing, however the hands and arms takes a more upward, then descending swing path into the ball.

Some players that use the two- plane swing action are Tom Watson, Davis Love in addition to Geoff Ogilvy. The golf swing doesn't involve as much strength or flexibility, though some point out the golfer is going to sacrifice a little accuracy. The grip shouldn't be as strong since this will allow more hand action going into the shot. The essential thing to remember is not to start your swing with the shoulders but with the hands in the top of the back swing. If the shoulders get too dominant the club is going to have a tendency to come outside the golf ball, causing a pulled golf shot or when the face of the club is open a golf slice.

If you are into golf like we are, we invite you to check out our website, as well as an article on tips on drawing a ball with your driver. Jim O'Connell is an avid golfer and writer living in Chicago.

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