A swinging plane. To be honest, it's a pretty well-understood position in the golf swing. In fact, this is not really the position you can reach. It is rather a place that differs and you are going through these places.
Something like a roadway. The one who is in the angle.
Try it in your mind. If you are old enough, remember hoola hoop. For those who do not, it's just a plastic that's exactly round. It's about fifteen yards in diameter. I have it? Its use is not important for this discussion.
But it's shape.
So we'll do a hoola that measures three feet more than your height on average. So if you are five feet eight inches tall, then your hoola hoop will be eight feet and eight centimeters in diameter.
So regardless of your height, you'll have the right hoola hoop size if you just add three feet to the average above your height.
That was easy. Right?
To understand what a swing plane is and how your golf swing is affecting, follow these steps.
Take a hoola hoop and put it straight up and down. Or vertical. Perpendicular to the ground.
Now we come in. Put your feet to the top. And get it. It should be exactly three feet above your head.
If it was your swinging plane, could you hit a golf ball? This means your club will follow hoola hoop up and down and all around. So if you did that with a hoola in this position, could you hit a golf ball?
Remember that we do it mentally. So for you who are looking for your Hoola shirt, it's in your head. Nowhere else.
Now place the golf ball on the ground and get into the ball position. Take the bottom of the hoola hoop and place it on the top of the golf ball. Mentally! In your head.
Tilt the hoola to yourself. Now you should stand inside the hoola stick. And hoola the bead leans towards you at an unknown angle.
This angle is the plane of swing. It's the way your club will travel. And that's the angle.
You've heard the conditions, a flat swing or a perpendicular swing, these are the conditions of the swing. No two people would have exactly the same angle or plane. It's something your own. But you have control over it.
You can only change your pendulum plane by straightening or bending more. Bending more will result in your hoola hoop being a bit more flattering and standing on the right will give you a more upright swinging plane.
So the way the club goes off with its angle to the ground is a swing. It's not the same as a sinking path. The curve of the path does not contain an angle and is relatively relative to the target. Just as it is inside out or out on a gliding path.
So the swinging airplane and the swing or the club lane are not the same animal and we're talking about swinging planes. It's an angle.
One to which the club travels, and is generally thought only descent.
There are also several types of rocking aircraft. One plane and two planes.
Now it's a bit too good. I think I will rescue this conversation once more. Let's say most players have a different plane on the descent than they backswing.
Jim Furyk comes back to mind again. That would be a perfect example of two planes.
Two planes are usually far worse, while one plane would be flatter. Or more.
Taller people often prefer to use two swing aircraft. Shorter people often do better with more round or single aircraft. But not always. Do you want to test one of them?
Just try one plane to swing on it heck of it.
OK .. get to your set position. We simply change our hand. You will want to have a stronger right hand on the clubhouse. More on the right or on the club side, be careful not to get under the club.
Make sure that you have enough knee flexion in your settings and you have diverted from your hips a little more than you normally would. Now, uncover the club to make sure you have your right wrist bent. Bend back to your forearms. Keep the back angle the same as the setting. Turn right and pull on your right foot.
Now, instead of raising your arms up over your shoulders, take them around your right shoulder. Flat. Almost like a baseball swing. I said almost that you can get too flat, we do not want to.
Your right wrist should be bent back and in the tray position. Your hands should be slightly behind your right shoulder and lower than you are used to. You should keep the angle you set. And your left shoulder should be visible under the chin.
Now down your hips to the left and keep your right elbow close to your body. Fire the whole thing on the ball from the inside. Try to intervene from this very powerful position. This is not a place for sissies. Your task is to more or less kick the club head to the ball with the use of the body excellent shift from the right side to the left. This is a bad strong move.
This flat swing will help you get inside the ball and at the same time give you tremendous strength and precision as long as you do all the other moves correctly.
This swing plane is the most direct way to the ball. But be careful, it is not for everyone. Some are much more suitable for two flat swings, which are more upright.
The goal is not to persuade you to use one or the other. More information to help explain what an airplane swing is.
It's an angle.
I love the angle in the golf swing. It's really a source of energy and precision. Straight angle leakage, leakage of the same power, power equals distance. No angles No leak No leak No power No power No distance.
Here are some aspects. Angle between right wrist and right forearm, angle between club shaft and right hand, angle of swing plane, spine angle at setting. All great angles that will be correctly executed will be maintained throughout the entire swing and impact.
Performance is the result of great angles.