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Great videos from GolfZone The One Plane Golf Swing www.golfzone.com.au. GolfZone's Sam Letoutrneau, demonstrates the one plane Golf swing.
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Great videos from GolfZone The One Plane Golf Swing www.golfzone.com.au. GolfZone’s Sam Letoutrneau, demonstrates the one plane Golf swing.
Tiger Woods is a one planer?? You must be blind. Or obviously you have absolutely no idea what’s the difference between 1 and 2 plane swing.
@sp40401 @sp40401 Tiger Woods is a one planer?? You must be blind. Or obviously you have absolutely no idea what’s the difference between 1 and 2 plane swing.
LMAO — Not only am I not blind I know exactly what I’m talking about; however, maybe I should have said he’s “working on it.” Is that specific enough?
Speaking of Putz’s you do realize that Tiger and all of Sean Foley’s student have vertical swing plane.. Only Jonathon Byrd swings like this who gets compared to Hogan due to the horizontal swing plane.
I’d like to see your swing, post and let me have a good laugh. I bet your another weekend golfer without an ounce of athleticism
Vertical, as in up & down? What a moron. Foley may not call himself a one-plane teacher but that’s what he does. He doesn’t want to be lumped in with Hardy b/c he wants to make his own waves which is understandable.
So now your correct b/c all of the people I listed are NOT exactly like Hogan? Changing the subject now? You must be a chick. You said there are hardly any pros “who use this technique.”
You are clearly WRONG!
Actually Hogans swing was very lateral similar to what this guy is teaching with the elbow folded down chicken wing style. Your clearly blind and a shitty golfer for not noticing that. Foley doesnt teach his guys to do that.. Learn a golf swing before you talk
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your explanation of the One Plane swing was excellent, thank you !
What i would like to know is why everybody is using the club to describe the swing plane. The plane of the swing has to be in relationship to your body rotation. If you have a one plane action the shoulder and hip rotation are workin gon the same plane. The explanation the guy has given is great he covers all aspects.
One thing i would like to say is this…..why when somebody has an opinion different to your own are they suddenly a “bad” golfer or a once a week golfer????
Again, we have a whole posting group of experts. *laugh* at “you must be a chick…” *more laughter* you must be an ignorant, sexist pig, yeah.
tiger all day
Lol i love the way you cut off him explaining about the book and website at end
thanks for showing us how to swing the club douche bag…what kind of crap is this
why do you teach us the one plane swing!?
this is the swing for little children and people that never want to be really good golfers!
and… not a single pro has a one-plane swing.
and by the way… ben hogans swing was also a two-plane…
Great vid coach! Ignore the other negative comments. I cannot believe they are criticizing this at all. This is the swing most amateurs should be using to keep things simple and swing efficiently. Thanks for sharing!
@1Luko1 matt kuscher.
It is important to stretch the hamstrings if bent over more and using one plane swing
Foley definitely teaches a one plane swing, moron.
I feel kinda bad for those who say that Mr Hogan wasn’t a one planer, who the hell thinks that? If so explain plz im so intrested to hear…
Sir you are quite correct, Mr Hogan is my Hero, followed closely by Mr Nicklaus, for the same reasons……a champion is far more than a fella with lots of silverware…..take note Mr Woods!
If only it was as easy as it looks!
I recently had a lesson before watching this and lowered my send to be on plane with my shoulders this easily added 15-20 teddy in my ave drive going from 240-250 to 260-270 still git loads to improve on but its helped.me get to more par 5 in 2 and short irons into long par 4s I’m a 9hcp
Sorry about the predictive text bloody phones
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WHATEVER. One plane. Two plane. The club head still goes inside-out or outside-in. Like any other swing. Does it generate more torque?
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Ben Hogans 5 fundamentals book describes his own swing as 2 plane, not single..
I have one plain swing!
Great explanation, but his natural swing at the end is not on the plane of his shoulders (he’sa low two-plane). I’m not even sure if pure examples of each type exist.
Ben Hogan and Chad Campbell eh? How about Kevin Bridges US alter ego Chad Hogan?
Desmond the moon bear says “How did i get here….”
Simple Swing with Perfection!!!
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I guess no one knows Moe Norman, if you want to add to your knowledge about golf look-up this name…
Now that I’ve taken a second look at this video it’s all wrong if we are talking about Single Plane Golf. don’t take my word for it just look at some videos with swing analysis of Moe Norman.
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