Play Like a Pro: Episode 14 - The Swing in Plane
Mitchell Spearman breaks down the fundamentals of the proper swing plane.
Path to Par: Episode 10 - Synchronize the Backswing
Simon Holmes on the importance of synchronizing your swing plane with a focus on the backswing.
Play Like a Pro: Episode 13 - Arms role in the swing
Mitchell Spearman explains the importance of the arms in the overall swing plane.
Play Like a Pro: Episode 5 - Alignment Slice Fix
Mitchell Spearman on how alignment and ball position can cause the dreaded slice and how to fix it.
School of Golf: Night School: Proper Swing Plane
School of Golf's Martin Hall and Holly Sonders share a simple practice technique to get your swing on the proper plane. Watch School of Golf Wednesdays 7PM ET.-Thanks for joining us on Golf Channel Academy. This is Night School. I'm Holly Sonders alongside your teacher, Martin Hall. And we're here to get you playing your best golf this weekend. -Yeah. I mean, look, playing golf, how you see it in your mind is such a big part of it. -Uh-huh. -Now, depending on where you stand and look at a golf swing , it kinda look a straight line , which usually isn't a very good idea. When you're standing behind players at a tournament, perhaps down there, and you're looking at them, you don't see much of a circle when I swing here. You just see a straight line . And perhaps, when you have your golf swing video, your local shot-- golf professional. You can draw a straight line there. -Uh-huh. -I think there's a better way to think of the golf swing . If we could view players from up there, you know, perhaps sit in Donald Trump's helicopter perhaps-- -Uh-huh. -You would see if I swing in a horizontal plane, you would see how the head of this club certainly moves in a circle. Now, that doesn't look like a straight line at all on that screen you're watching at. That's why the golf swing is a circle. It's just tilted. So, as a-- as a tip this week, I love the idea-- if we can comeif you go that way. It's no good to think of the golf swing being a straight line . There are some straight line checkpoints, that's for sure, but the head of the club moving a straight line ? Not if you want to play well. -And we do. I think every does-- right. -I don't know anybody who plays to play bad, I have to say that. -I know. All right. Thanks for joining us on Golf Channel Academy for the best in golf instruction. And for some more great tips like these, watch School of Golf Wednesday nights with
Play Like a Pro: Episode 2 - Hips and Swing Plane
Mitchell Spearman explains the importance of the hips in the swing plane.these aim sticks and I find them really helpful to use as check points in certain places in the swing. Right now I wanna work on my right hip and making sure that I'm not swinging
Play Like a Pro: Episode 7 - Angle of Attack Slice Fix
Mitchell Spearman helps you fix your slice at address and make sure your swing is on the right plane.