Swing Plane Simplified - Working with steeps and shallows
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Defining Steep and Shallow - Understand Swing Plane
Steep and shallow is the term we use to define swing plane or club path. If the club is too steep then you will typically struggle with deep divots, driver trouble, slices and pulls, and toe hits. If the club path is too shallow then you will typically struggle with thin/fat, picking the ball, short irons/wedges, blocks and hooks, and heel hits.
Tags: Fundamentals, Poor Contact, Early Extension, Standing Up, Sway, Chicken Wing, Cast, Draw vs Fade, Iron, Driver, Fairway Wood, Pitch, Chip, Impact, Transition, Release, Member Question, Concept, Beginner