Pizza Putt - Miniature Golf Course
South Burlington, Vermont
featured Mini Golf Course 1205 Airport Pkwy
South Burlington, VT 05403-5805
United States
P: (802) 862-7888
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Three-Foot Putting Drill Put a tee in the back of the cup and hit it squarely with every putt
One Plane or Two Planes? A two plane swing manipulates the shaft on plane by rotating the club. The one plane swing is more athletic and naturally places the club on the correct swing and shoulder path, which is better for women and requires less maintenance.
One-Plane vs. Two-Plane Swing Recap In the one plane swing you bend more from the hips, your arms are hanging down and swinging around your chest and your finish is more rounded. It is easier to maintain because there are fewer moving parts than the two plane swing.