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Swing on Plane
The plane of a golf swing should line up with the plane that a golfer creates with the shaft of the club when addressing the ball. Approaches include the one-plane and the two-plane swings. A one-plane swing happens when you rotate your shoulders on the same plane throughout the golf swing. A two-plane swing means the plane of the shoulders is different on the backswing than the downswing.
All that really matters to hit a golf ball long and straight is to deliver the club face square to the target at impact with as much speed as possible.
The most efficient path to hit solid shots is from slightly inside the target line to the ball and slightly outside of that line after impact. Golfers who practice and perfect a consistent swing path–whatever plane fits them best–will build a golf swing they can trust to hit the ball consistently.
Sep 2, 2010 | By Jeff Rogers Thank you to Jeff Rodgers article as seen in: LIVESTRONG.COM