Golf – The Two Plane Golf Swing. Presented by GolfZone

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GolfZone’s Sam Letourneau demonstrates the Two Plane Golf Swing.

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  1. Wow, it's like you just watched Jim Hardy's instructional dvd and copied it exactly. Not one original thought! If you wanted to do a video with exactly what Jim Hardy teaches with an Australian accent, then great job.

  2. I agree with everything you say except one thing, On a two plane swing don't promote dropping your hands down. Most amateurs will take that as using their hand and this causes casting. I use my lower body and amateurs need to know to start the two plane swing with lower body going around your left foot. "No hand or arm movement otherwise you won't get lag in your swing. and you will flip your hands.

  3. Great video, helped me quite a lot. Now what I'm looking for is a video on a two plane pitch. My instructur tells me that in my final stance I have to be aiming at the target, but when I perform a half swing combined with the body rotation as shown in this video my arms end up pointing way left of the target. But that final stance does feel better and it looks a lot more like I see the pro's do it on tv.

  4. @golfswingfixer You are absolutely right! no good backswing two or one plane has never hit the ball well! focusing on the downswing start from the ground up, the hip action rotating to the targhet and dropp the club in the slot from inside to square!

  5. Gidday mate, I am thinking the one plane swing , due to the much more efficient move could be the better option? Is there any loss of power or distance with the one plane? Cheers

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  7. Very, very well explained. I watched this back-to-back with the Hardy two-plane release drill video and they are pretty much consistent, which is unusual in the world of YouTube golf video tips. My instructor started me on the one-plane because of my upper-body strength but switched me to the two-plane because of my lack of flexibility. To me, the trade-off is that the latter requires really good timing, coordinating the drop in the arms with the turn of the body.

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