2015 NCAA Champion Bryson Dechambeau – Single Plane golf swing analysis

Get free tips on learning the Moe Norman golf swing at the following link http://moenormangolf.com/aff/link.html?p=kirkjunge&w=opg

Also visit my website at http://learninggolf.tv

Please Subscribe to see more Single plane golf videos, Moe Norman clinic videos, as well as Single Plane, aka. Single Axis golf swing videos, Minimalist Single Plane Golf swing, and Conventional golf swing videos, etc.

SUBSCRIBE on youtube http://www.youtube.com/user/kirkjunge?sub_confirmation=1

Visit and like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Learninggolf

Follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/LearninggolfTV

More about Kirk Junge at http://learninggolf.tv/about-us/about-kirk-junge/

Membership info http://learninggolf.tv/membership-signup/

On our website we have learning systems for three different swing methods. Setup 4 Impact (Single Plane), and Minimalist Setup 4 Impact (Single Plane) golf swing, and the conventional golf swing. Free 14 day free trial memberships available. Full Membership will only cost $9.95 per month, or $99.49 per year, and gives you full support and feedback as well as unlimited access to all videos, and methods on the website.

Please visit our online golf instruction website at http://learninggolf.tv where we offer a golf instruction video learning system that is perfect for all golfers. Anybody following our learning system can do the video learning drills in the comfort of their own home. Each drill has between ten and twenty repetitions which you follow along with while watching the video. The golf drills can be done in front of a TV, computer monitor, laptop, tablet, or even smartphone. Just select the drill you wish to learn, and then push play. Simply follow along with the movements you see me making in the video, and you will improve.

Visit http://learninggolf.tv today and start your free trial.

Reblogged 4 years ago from www.youtube.com


  1. Interesting to see how this fellow has taken single plane principles, and built a simple, repeatable swing that he OWNS. I'd be keen to learn more about his personal background … i.e. no mention of a swing "doctor," a shrink, nor a nutritionist and posse of hangers-on. Thanks for posting, Kirk.

  2. I hope you're right. I will follow the progress of Dechambeau. The game, at the highest level, has room for guys who escape the cookie cutter to master a unique swing and a mental approach all their own. See Lee Trevino, he of the ultra-flat swing and sizable chip on the shoulder. "Somebody's got to win these golf tournaments. Might as well be me." And so he did.

  3. Hi Kirk. Do you ever do clinics in europe, like the ones you do in Florida this year at graves? Best Morten

  4. Today at the range I tried the single plane swing and with my driver I was hitting further than I ever before. After about the first 15 it seem like 3 of 5 would be a pull straight left from my target. Any idea of why? I would love to switch to that swing but if I'm hitting them all left I would still be in the rough. Lol. Thanks in advance for the help

  5. Interesting how much more upright he his than moe. Ive had the super oversized grips for over a year and found them quite comfy. Jumbomax has something explaining the balance of the club withthe extra weight.