How to Stop Coming Under the Swing Plane in Golf
By: Chuck Quinton, Master Instructor • FULL BIO •
Coming into impact under plane kills your consistency, often resulting in blocked shots, thin shots, or even hooks.
So, it's time to stop coming under the swing plane in golf and get back control of your golf ball!
In this video, I’ll show you what swinging under plane looks like (so you can analyze it yourself), what causes it, and how to fix it.
You'll also see Tiger’s near-perfect downswing in a side-by-side comparison with an under-plane swing.
Watch this video now to get your swing on plane just like Tiger's!
Checkpoints for Practice
- Swing Plane Determined by "Elbow Plane"
- If Club Drop Flatter Than Elbow Plane You Are Under Plane
- Also Called Shaft Tipping
- Rotate Forearms Counter Clockwise to Steepen Plane