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!

How to Overcome Frustration… Gain Confidence… and Start Seeing Measurable Improvement in Your Game

I don’t just teach golf – I genuinely want you to become a more confident, consistent player so that you get more enjoyment from the game.

You’ll find a friendly, supportive environment working with me. I love golf … I love people … and I’m confident you’ll have fun learning.

As my student, you get my full attention plus every session includes…

  • 90 minute lessons
  • Before and after video with in-depth analysis (each lesson)
  • Drills and techniques to practice on your own
  • Coaching to answer questions, help with any difficulties you may be experiencing, and work with you on any part of your game
  • Student lesson book in print

Call me today @ 805.766.7480

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About Bobby Lewis

My specialty is teaching the one plane swing. It is simply the BEST way to swing a golf club. I have the experience, training and knowledge to help you play better golf and enjoy the game more — no matter what your level of play — and I can fix just about ANY swing. I’ve been playing 51 years, studied with some of the best golf instructors in the business… and my teaching methods work. See what my students say…

Comments

  1. Bob, I cannot find your phone #. I want to have more lessons. I bought a 10 x 7 foot practice net and the practice hitting surface, just like the one you taught me on, and 10 more of those golf buddies. Call me at 805-XXX-XXXX,or e-mail me. Thanks, Monti

  2. Moe Norman did not play the one Plane swing he used a single axis swing two completely different swing. Please search Graves golf Academy.

    • Pedro,

      The one plane swing IS a single axis swing — they’re one in the same. It’s a flatter swing that starts and finishes on one plane. You’ll find the one plane swing referred to by other names, e.g., the single plane swing, sqaure-to-sqaure, the parallel swing — all are executed on a single axis, making them a one plane swing.

      -Bob

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