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Don’t expect a secret golf tip to explain how to rip amazing golf shots at will with any club in your bag.
Whether you’re aware of it or not, you’re already performing this golf lesson on a regular basis every time you swing the club, though you’re likely unaware.
Known to golf pros and instructors as vertical swing plane, this number measures the vertical angle our golf swing takes at the bottom of a swing arc.
High vertical swing plane numbers indicate that we’re swinging more vertically while a lower VSP indicates that our swing has angled less vertical in comparison
Many golfers, especially novice players, will often purchase necessary gear in attempts to perfect their vertical swing plane.
As the renowned golf coach behind the GG Swing Method, George Gankas simply places two alignment sticks on the mat and sets his ball up in between.
As indicated in the video above, Gankas has found tremendous success perfecting vertical swing plane with this simple drill that even a fundamental beginner can understand with little to know prior knowledge of the game.
Swing plane has a huge influence over the direction that our golf ball travels upon impact and the overall course our shot takes while in flight.
Though invisible to our naked eye, the swing plane represents the the angle and path on which all golf swings are performed upon.
As would be expected, there are separate swing planes for our downswing and backswing.
Many golfers vary the way they choose to take their shots, with many players opting to remaining on plane with their swing, while others make choose to strike the ball either above plane or below plane
The study of swing plane in our golf swing dates back to the 1950s when popular Tour Golfers of the day began developing techniques to get the best out of their abilities, finding that body movements made a huge impact on the ultimate end result of their swing.
Every golf swing in the world adopts an arc based circular motion, which every golfer either knows or has an awareness of simply through the act of striking the golf ball for the first time.
The shaft of the golf club creates an inclining plane which it travels along, this arc has been come to be known as our swing plane.
Our swing plane can conform to direct alignment with the target line of our shot, but also has the ability to tilt to the right or left of the target line.
A golfer’s backswing plane can be traced from by following the distance of the player’s shoulder down to where the ball sits.
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