SwingFix analysis: Keeping the club on the right plane
- By Erik Horve, SwingFix instructor
- Jan 13, 2013 12:00 PM ET
Understanding the swing plane is a concept that isn’t easy to grasp for many golfers.
But having a swing that stays on plane is the surest way to create speed and solid contact in your golf swing.
Travis is having some problems achieving consistency with his ball-striking, and as SwingFix instructor Erik Horve shows him in this swing analysis, one reason for that is because his takeaway gets the club working well underneath the swing plane and he ends up out of position at the top of his swing.
If a better understanding of what an ideal swing plane looks like and how staying on plane can benefit your swing is something you’re interested in, this is a great video to watch to gain some valuable insight.
And if you’d like to have Erik Horve analyze your swing, click here.
SwingFix instructor Erik Horve was selected as the 2011 Southern California PGA Teacher of the Year.
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