Single Axis – think this is on Plane?

This Video done in the evening, my apologies on the quality.

Single One Plane Axis of the golf swing. Is this the perfect plane?

The discussion between one plane and two plane swings is large and long. But for the golfer who does not get to play as much as wanted or needed, the one plane swing is the simplest and easiest to maintain.

The swing that I both teach and make has been able to stand the test of time. In this instance of what you are seeing, it was after I had not picked my clubs up in 7 months. It has been almost seven years since I have really worked upon my swing. With where I was working and having to take care of some family issues over the last two years, quite frankly I just didn’t make the time to either really play or practice. In the near future I will be adding more videos from both present and past, you will be able to compare as I have some 12 -20 hours of video.

In practicing, what I did notice is that the only thing that really left me was, the physical strength portion of the swing. Since I have begun teaching again, I have hit some 1000 balls and my strength has come back already. In a recent practice session two days ago which I wish i had filmed, I hit 87 shots in a row and all within a 4 yard circle with a 7 iron. There must have been 20 people watching me swing and asking questions. It was great and we all had a really good time.

the only reason I know it was a four yard circle as one of the range crew was picking balls and saw me hit the Pole 14 times. He had stopped picking balls and sat right behind the yardage pole and was watching and counted them. His statement to me was he had never seen anyone so accurate.

I am going to up that count sometime this week, but I haven’t decided which club to use yet. All I know is that I am coming back and with a strong determination to be even better than I was before.

Hope you enjoy this video even though it is only one swing.

I found a great resource for everyone to use. And I have another one coming tomorrow so stay tuned for more.

Until next time… Hit em long, straight, and as few times as possible. Happy Golfing and Have a Great Day.

Robb Nunn
PGA Professional

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