What is the One Plane Swing

The one plane golf swing is not new. Recreational golfers have been using it successfully for decades.

The One Plane Swing is an Easier, Quicker, More Accurate and Repeatable Swing Than the Traditional Swing

Zach Johnson - One Plane Swing

Tour players known for who use the one plane swing or a flatter swing much like the one plane swing include…

  • Bryson DeChambeau
  • Matt Kuchar
  • Zach Johnson
  • Jason Dufner
  • Lee Westwood
  • Ricky Fowler
  • Carl Pettersson
  • Tom Pernice
  • Ben Hogan
  • Moe Norman

Today, the one plane swing is finally getting the recognition it deserves. In fact, it’s growing in popularity because it’s a swing that’s more repeatable, requires less practice, is easier on the back, and you will find yourself making more consistent shots with fewer hooks and slices.

The one plane swing…

Matt Kuchar - One Plane Swing

  • Produces more consistent ball striking
  • Helps to eliminate bad shots… which leads to lower scores
  • Requires less body rotation… which means it’s easier on your back, shoulders, knees…
  • Is a simpler swing that gives players who might think it’s too frustrating or hard the incentive to give golf another chance

How you can expect to benefit…

  • For high handicappers, the one plane swing is probably the quickest way to lower your score.

This is because with the one plane swing, you’re far more likely to hit the ball straight almost every time you address it

  • You’ll learn how to eliminate those bad shots that keep you from scoring well.

You’ll spend less time on the driving range working on your swing and more time on your short game where 60% of scoring actually occurs.

  • Busy people with not a lot of free time can enjoy a fun, respectable and rewarding round of golf without the need for constant practice.
  • You’ll feel the power and efficiency of the swing immediately with the drills and adjustments in your swing I recommend for you.

With more consistent ball striking and an improved short game using the recommended practice techniques, you’ll improve your scores in a very short time.

  • The one plane swing requires less body twisting, so it puts less stress on your body.

You can play more and with less discomfort… which enables you to play the game you love.

MOST IMPORTANTLY… Once you learn the one plane swing, you’ll experience a whole lot less frustration… the game will get a lot easier for you… and you’ll start having a lot more fun on the golf course!

Is the One Plane Golf Swing Right for You?

The one plane golf swing is a more simple motion that…

  • Produces more power and distance
  • You release the club at the bottom of the swing
  • Your club head naturally squares to the target for greater accuracy

With these advantages in mind, it’s no wonder many tour players have migrated to the one plane swing.

What about YOU?

Is the One Plane Golf Swing Right for Your Game?

Many amateur golfers swing on two planes, although this is changing. Using the traditional two plane swing may explain why so many amateurs find…

  • a lot of frustration and challenge in playing the game
  • there’s a perception that to play at a consistently high level takes hours and hours of practice
  • even the slightest tweak in the swing can be very difficult
  • they never really feel they are playing their best

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The one plane swing requires you to maintain greater forward tilt throughout the swing. For most golfers the spine angle is not a concern, but they are discouraged from trying to change their swing because some instructors suggest it will be a long and challenging process.

With the one plane swing, this is simply not the case. Using the right methodology and proper instruction, you can easily make changes to your swing and see measurable improvement within a short period of time.

The One Plane Golf Swing

The one plane swing allows the club to move down the target line longer than the conventional swing, thus creating solid, straight shots

The one plane golf swing is not new. Amateur golfers have been using it successfully for a long time, and so have tour players Steve Stricker, Brian Gay and Carl Pettersson been using a similar method.

Today, though, the one plane swing is finally getting the recognition it deserves and it is growing in popularity because it creates a swing that is more repeatable to help you make more consistent shots with fewer hooks and slices. Another advantage is that the one plane swing puts less strain on your back.

We believe it is the ideal model for all golfers to follow because it…

  • Eliminates much of the rotation in the conventional golf swing
  • Allows the club to move down the target line longer than the conventional swing, thus creating solid, straight shots
  • Is a swing that can be repeated with less effort… and…
  • Golfers can expect better ball striking, which leads to improved accuracy and distance

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I took a lesson for free from Bob. He addressed a lot of my issues in a short amount of time. I would highly recommend him to anyone needing some help. I would be getting more lessons right know but have started a business and it takes all my extra time. I will be going back for more lessons as I free up some time. -Ray Andrews, Andrews Fine Cabinets and Millwork, Ventura CA

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The legendary Moe Norman, arguably one of the best ball strikers of all time, developed the one plane golf swing, and he was amazingly successful with it. He could pound the ball down the fairway about 280 yards every time he stood at the tee using this swing. And his successes didn’t stop there. During his impressive career he accumulated an impressive playing record and awards…

*Source: Wikipedia

One-Plane Swing vs Conventional Swing

The one plane swing eliminates much of the rotation in the conventional golf swing and allows the club to move down the target line longer than the conventional swing, thus creating solid, straight shots, it is a swing that can be repeated with less effort, and you can expect better ball striking, which leads to improved accuracy and distance. Much of the success of the one plane swing begins in the set up. It only makes sense to begin your swing where you ultimately make contact with the ball and that’s called being on plane.

The conventional swing is significantly more complex, takes considerably longer to learn, requires long hours of regular practice and places substantial stress on the back. While in the two plane swing setup, you’ll notice that you start out on one plane and during the downswing, you’re required to re-route the club in order to swing freely on plane and make proper contact. This process is necessary in order to compensate for the change in distance between you and the ball  from setup to impact.

To make things more complicated, traditional instructors of the two plane swing focus on what your body should be doing during your swing, with 100’s of muscles all moving at the same time. You are asked to keep your head still, turn your shoulders, move your hips, keep your left arm across the chest, keep your wrist cocked, your back elbow folded, your right knee flexed, your left knee extended, your head still not to mention your tempo. This is a lot to manage in a 3 second swing and still look cool.

The one plane swing is easier and quicker to learn, easier on your back and after you apply the seven club positions that will put you on the proper swing plane, you’ll make much better contact with the ball resulting in straighter golf shots. The one plane swing is more focused  on what the club should be doing throughout the swing not so much your body.

You see, consciously knowing what you want the club to do will unconsciously allow your brain to freely make it happen. This process eliminates all the frustration normally found in the two plane swing…simple by changing your focus. This one plane swing therefore starts you out on the identical swing plane that you finish making contact on. No more trying to remember all this extra timing and body movements as required in the two plane movements. Now your playing golf and having more fun!

 Simpler and Easier for Everyone

If you are completely happy with the golf swing you currently use, don’t fix what ain’t broke. But if you’re having some challenges with the conventional swing method, the less complicated one-plane golf swing might be the answer for you.

Vanilla Gorilla Golf (a.k.a. Learn The One Plane Swing) will provide you with professional golf instruction using tested and proven methodologies that will help you master the game more quickly, simply and easily, and in so doing, enable you to enjoy the game of golf more. You will be encouraged to relax and enjoy the game with friends and family to enhance your quality of life AND you will experience faster improvement and lower scores right away.