Golf Swing Basics
is dedicated to help you improve your golf swing. You'll
find what you are looking for, from golf swing techniques
to golf tips.
Welcome to Golf Swing Basics. It is out goal to help you
learn more about your own golf swing and in turn help you
become a better golfer.
Many people like to complicate the golf swing. In reality
the best swing for you is one that is a natural golf swing.
Too many people try to do too many different things during
their swing and it makes it nearly impossible to strike
the ball cleanly on a consistent manner.
Before you peruse our site let us give you three quick
tips to help you get started improving your golf swing.
Quiet Your Mind
How many swing thoughts do you have running through your
head when you start your basic golf swing? If you're like
most people you have several. Imagine if you're presenting
in front of group of people. What would happen if you had
the same number of thoughts going through your mind like
you do when golfing? Most likely you would totally destroy
your presentation and look like you don't know what you're
doing. Well that's what happens with most golfers too.
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Don't Take Golf Swing Technique Advice from Your
Spouse or Buddy
Don't you love it when you're on the course and you see
a husband giving his wife a lesson when he doesn't even
know what he's doing. If that's you stop it! Take it on
the range. Better yet buy your wife golf lessons from a
What's Your Natural Golf Swing - Are You a One-Planer
or a Two-Planer
This topic has caused a lot of confusion and discussion
over the last several years. But there is a difference and
you need to know what kind of golfer your are a one-planer
or a two-planer because that will help you understand your
natural golf swing.
Let's look at the definition of each to allow you to determine
which swing is your natural one.
One Plane Swing
One-plane golfers turn their shoulders around a bent-over
spine and swing their arms around their upper body onto
the same "plane" as their shoulders. Just imagine
being bent over with your arms hanging down and as you turn
back your arms and shoulders all turn on the same plane.
Tiger Woods "newest" swing is a one-plane swing.
Two Plane Swing
The two-plane golfer stands much more upright. Two-plane
golfers swing their arms on an upright plane while the shoulders
turn on a flatter plane instead of everything moving on
the same plane like in the one-plane swing. A two-plane
swing uses timing and tempo as key fundamentals to its success.
If timing is off is can throw the entire swing off. Fred
Couples is a perfect example of a two-plane golfer.
Even though some people say a one-plane swing is more reliable
than a two-pane one. Please understand that may not matter
to you if your natural, basic golf swing is a two-plane
one. It is hard for people to go against their natural tendencies.
Just do what feels best and most natural to you and then
work on improving one thing at a time.