Tip of the Week: Flatten the shaft on your downswing
- By SwingFix
- Mar 7, 2013 11:00 AM ET
Everyone who plays golf wants to be more consistent.
Consistency, however, can be tough to achieve if you tend to be steep on your downswing, as numerous misses can result from a steep swing path.
In this video segment, School of Golf host Martin Hall has a great visual that you can use to flatten the shaft plane and approach the ball more from the inside.
If you can accomplish those things on your downswing, more consistent ball-striking will be the result.
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