January

  • What are one and two plane golf swings?

    Written by Kevin Flynn on Friday, 6 January 2012

    There’s been a lot of talk in magazines and online about one and two plane swings, which pros swing with which and what they are exactly. If you’re still puzzled, this golf video tip from Plane Truth instructor Kevin Flynn highlights the key differences between the two as well as the pros and cons of each.

  • One plane: A more stable release

    Written by Kevin Flynn on Friday, 6 January 2012

    A one-plane swing is preferable over a two-plane swing because the clubface goes through much less rotation through the hitting area. In this golf video tip, Plane Truth instructor Kevin Flynn demonstrates a drill with a cane that highlights the benefits of swinging in this manner.

  • Four-foot zone checkpoint

    Written by Kevin Flynn on Friday, 6 January 2012

    In a one plane golf swing, the arm plane matches the shoulder plane at the top of the backswing. But rather than turning correctly in the backswing, many one-plane golfers lift out of their spine angle, which causes problems with strike and accuracy. This simple checkpoint from Plane Truth instructor Kevin Flynn will help you turn while maintaining your posture for...