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NikolaiJakov
Moscow
Member since Mar 2014
1818 posts

Two plane Swing
After videoing my swing, I just think I'm too... let's say "barrel chested" to stick with a one-plane swing. My arms are relatively short so at the top of my backswing it looks like my shaft is inches from my right shoulder. I'm also having a lot of trouble generating clubhead speed the older I get.

I'm thinking about going to a more upright two plane swing, and wanted to see if any of you have made that transition. Are there certain feelings that you look for to get you in a good position? How does your posture, alignment, and release change?
This post was edited on 8/11 at 2:42 pm


makersmark1
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earth
Member since Oct 2011
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re: Two plane Swing
Do you even Moe Norman?


tigercraig
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Baton Rouge
Member since Sep 2003
2929 posts

re: Two plane Swing
Little known fact. TaderSalad is Moe Norman's nephew


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NikolaiJakov
Moscow
Member since Mar 2014
1818 posts

re: Two plane Swing
quote:

Do you even Moe Norman?


Can't. He was "the only one living". Remember?


FreddieMac
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Baton Rouge
Member since Jun 2010
6279 posts

re: Two plane Swing
Check out Moe Norman’s swing, it is the one plane swing and it is taught today. I have seen videos on YouTube for it. Moe was anything but athletic, barrel chested, short and did everything wrong by conventional standards. He was only the best ball striker to ever live.

Matter fact go to golf.com, there is an article on moe today. There is a video of him hitting 50 wedge shots rapid fire and putting most within 5 to 8 ft. He did not miss the green.
This post was edited on 8/13 at 12:37 pm


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