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Quick Golf Tips - Keep On Plane While Driving And Hit More Accurate Drives


The golf club should never get too far under or too far above the plane line as it approaches impact.

Take a look at the photo at right. If the club gets a little under or above the red line in the backswing - without being excessive - that is acceptable. I have found that using this line with teaching technology to be very helpful in illustrating the path of the clubhead through the hit.


If you are under the plane line approaching impact, you will be hitting pushes and hooks; too far above the line and you will be hitting pulls and slices.

Look for the shaft to return to the line once the club gets to impact.


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