What is a Two Plane Golf Swing, (Video) - by Peter Finch
What is a Two Plane Golf Swing, (Video) - by Peter Finch

Okay, so what is a Two Plane Swing? A Two Plane Swing is where our arms go in one direction and the body goes in the other direction. So if I just demonstrate to show you much easier. If I move my arms going out this way my body to here you'll notice the things are not working together so this is a Two Plane Swing where your arms move one way and the body moves the opposite way. So which swing is right for you?

Is that swing that would be good for you to a swing play because some people are better with that and the other with one swing, so how do we find out? The best thing to do is if you stand out and hold the club with a hockey grip on one hand below the other, and you stand there same setup, and then just when the club, but you'll notice that everything will now just come back in one thing, one piece. So the hips, the body, the hands, the club, everything has come back on one plane. So if you go to the golf ball and you think right I'm going to grip it like the hockey player over the ball, swing it back and you hit the ball, and the ball is going very, very well then you know that, that style is for you. That's a one plane swing. Then hit some balls the opposite way, the way that you most probably might be doing at the moment over the ball swinging it back. Here's a two plane swing. It's simple as that. Which one is best for you? Hockey grip just naturally you ought to think about it just naturally brings everything round on a nice arc of one plane. Just go out and work on that very, very simple movement. It’s nothing complicated about at all and that is how you find out which swing plane is best for you. Just go and practice.
2013-11-04

Okay, so what is a Two Plane Swing? A Two Plane Swing is where our arms go in one direction and the body goes in the other direction. So if I just demonstrate to show you much easier. If I move my arms going out this way my body to here you'll notice the things are not working together so this is a Two Plane Swing where your arms move one way and the body moves the opposite way. So which swing is right for you?

Is that swing that would be good for you to a swing play because some people are better with that and the other with one swing, so how do we find out? The best thing to do is if you stand out and hold the club with a hockey grip on one hand below the other, and you stand there same setup, and then just when the club, but you'll notice that everything will now just come back in one thing, one piece. So the hips, the body, the hands, the club, everything has come back on one plane.

So if you go to the golf ball and you think right I'm going to grip it like the hockey player over the ball, swing it back and you hit the ball, and the ball is going very, very well then you know that, that style is for you. That's a one plane swing. Then hit some balls the opposite way, the way that you most probably might be doing at the moment over the ball swinging it back. Here's a two plane swing. It's simple as that.

Which one is best for you? Hockey grip just naturally you ought to think about it just naturally brings everything round on a nice arc of one plane. Just go out and work on that very, very simple movement. It’s nothing complicated about at all and that is how you find out which swing plane is best for you. Just go and practice.