Arm Motion In Swing

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Arm Motion In Swing
Category: Arms
Sub-Category: Swing Plane

Video Transcript

Video Golf Tip | Arm Motion In Swing

Swinging the golf club on-plate is really important, as I mentioned, but I want you to know that you have two choices. You can either swing the golf club and manipulate the shaft on-plane (a good friend of ours, Jim Hardy, a teacher from Houston, Texas, talks about this as a two-plane golf swing. It's one in which you are actually swinging the club straight or back and you're rotating the club on-plane. It's a manipulation. Your arms are actually swinging above your shoulders, and you're working the shaft constantly). Or, you can swing the golf club a little bit more athletically, in which the golf club would go on plane naturally. That's called a one-plane golf swing because your arms are swinging more on your shoulder plane, as opposed to way above your shoulders. I happen to like the athletic golf swing, especially for women, because it's a lower-maintainance golf swing. When you're swinging it athletically your arms are going back across your chest, much like sports you've probably already played - maybe softball, maybe tennis. So we're gonna talk a lot about the one-plane golf swing for women and how it can make you a better player.

About the Instructor
Sandy LaBauve
Sandy LaBauve
Kierland Golf Club
15636 N. Clubgate Drive
Scottsdale, AZ 85254
Tel: 480-922-9283

Sandy LaBauve is one of the world's best beginner, junior and women's instructors. She is listed as one of Golf Magazine's Top 100 Teachers and is Founder and Creative Consultant for the LPGA Junior Girls Golf Club.


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