The swing plane is one of the most important parts of golf, and one of the most difficult things to visualize. We here at Pause-N-Throw know the importance of visualizing the swing plane in order to cure a slice or hook, give yourself more distance, and play all around better golf. Here are a couple of the best swing plane graphics.
Ben Hogan certainly knew how to swing a club; his swing plane is truly timeless, and this image shows how he does it:
A flat swing plane is generally accepted as the way to go, and these images help you to picture the ferris-wheel like plane your swing should take.
“It’s a circular motion, not a linear motion!” Mike Austin, one of our heroes at Pause-N-Throw, certainly did not mince words. Nor did he mince his tee shots; Austin broke the record for longest drive in tournament play with a 515 yard tee shot, and was also known for his accuracy. Check out this swing graphic taken of Austin.