How to Get The Correct Shoulder Plane in Your Golf Swing

PGA Golf Professional Piers Ward demonstrates how to improve your shoulder plane in the golf swing.

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  1. I can do it with my hands but as soon as I put a club in my hand it is so much harder. Im working on it

  2. i saw a drill where you would hold a club across your chest and at the top of the backswing the club should be aimed at the ball, is that too much shoulder tilt?

  3. a steeper shoulder tilt will let you turn into your back leg and hip better for more coil.  great video.

  4. Thank you for the video on shoulder plane, it has been a great help!

    Question: How should you work the knees in the beginning of the downswing? Lateral or outward?

  5. did you do a video on the downswing? I wounder why you didnt address the downswing in the same video an just make it 1 min longer. I have been watching pga tour quite a bit and they dont turn down on the same shouder plane. They steepen and head directly to the ball with the right shoulder. Do you agree with this or do you think you should turn back through on the same plane as the backswing?

  6. when i make my shoulder turn . i feel that my feet stay still but the rest of the body turns. if i keep my ankles stiff i dont turn correctly and i get a reverse k. can uou talk about this.

  7. I like to think that I'm turning my shoulders back parallel to the target line. This automatically gives me steeper shoulders, and a much more on plane swing. I have stopped pushing the ball, and my shot making has I proved dramatically. Hope this helps those of us who struggle with a flat shoulder turn

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  9. I've been searching for a cure for ever! Every video addresses the swing plane, but never address how my shoulder gets pulled to a flat plane.. Please expand on this theme with some additional practice drills for this very problem. My club is almost horizontal at full takeaway.. So, besides for the shoulder, is there something I can do with my arm, wrist to avoid the flat takeaway??

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