How To Do The Swing Plane Test

If you have a swing plane problem it could be costing you….

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  • Distance – could be up to 50 yards
  • Consistency – fat shots, topped shots, thin shots, toe/heel shots, sky shots, shanks etc.
  • Accuracy – slice, pulls, pushes, hooks etc.

So to find out if your swing plane is causing these problems…

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Get out your 7-iron (you may want to use an old 7-iron as you’ll soon see why) and a golf ball and setup to a ball with your bottom just touching a wall like this…

Step 1 – The Golf Swing Test

Step 1 – The Golf Swing Test

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Now start your backswing as your normally would and notice where in your backswing you hit the wall.

Step 2 - Notice Where You Hit The Wall

Step 2 – Notice Where You Hit The Wall

For this test to be accurate you must try to swing back as close how you normally would. So DON’T try and avoid hitting the wall. Instead, make your normal backswing and see where you hit the wall. If you have trouble doing this try doing this test with your eyes closed and open your eyes once you hit the wall.

So go and complete this golf swing test now and then come back here when you’ve done it because there’s a certain point in your backswing where you SHOULD hit the wall.

To find out where that point is (and why) along with information on whether you passed the test simply click this button to get your golf swing plane test results now.