Golf is a sport like any other. As such, there is a need to practice and train on how to perfect your playing skills to become an excellent player. One of the best ways of honing your golf playing skills is by perfecting your swing plane. This increases your chances of making perfect shots and aiming at the target hole with unique accuracy. There are two types of swing planes; one-plane swing and two-plane swing. The latter swing is tricky and therefore, hard for amateurs while the former is simple to accomplish. Here are a few tips on achieving the swing planes in golf:
Focus on Your Performance
The bottom line to becoming a pro-golfer is by focusing on your performance. It is incredibly hard to make perfect swing planes if your performance is poor. Unknown to most golfers, players with a poor performance focus on making swings first before they improve their playing skills. The first thing should understand all the basics about golfing before you focus on perfect swing planes. Maximizing on the player’s performance eliminates swing faults while at the same time perfecting swings. Build a swinging pattern that you will later capitalize on as you build your swinging capabilities.
Understand the Impact Factors
Once you find it hard to make perfect swing planes, you should prioritize on understanding impact factors. The factors affecting the impact of the ball on the golf stick include club head velocity, angle of attack, strike centeredness, and swing path. These factors not only affect your swing plane but also hurt your aiming accuracy. Once you understand these factors, it becomes easy to manipulate them to favor your playing style. Additionally, it also helps in achieving consistency in your swings.
Build a Unique Golf Swing
One of the common mistakes that most golfers make when working on achieving a perfect swing plane is by copying how other players make their golf swings. It is worth noting that each player has a unique way of making swings. As such, you should focus on building your unique swing that you can perfect and polish as your experience in the sport grows. Align your upper body with the feet to have a clear swing path. Additionally, measure your effort to produce enough to reach the ball at the target zone. Too much or
little effort will not take the ball to the target zone.
Always record your swings using a high definition camera. This allows you to review the swings later to identify your strengths and weaknesses. This is the only way it becomes easy to enhance your playing skills by identifying areas where you are making mistakes. Use avoidance drills when practicing the correct swing plane, depending on your playing skills. Rotate your body (around a center-point) rather than shifting the entire weight to either side of the body. This hurts how you make your swings accurately and with a precise motion. When in a central position, it becomes easy to swing to either side while the feet are remaining in a fixed position.…