Three Paradym Swing Fixes for Your Slice

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The conventional golf swing is why you slice the ball. In this video, I show you how the unconventional Single Plane Swing IS the fix for your slice.

About the Single Plane Swing.

The Single Plane golf swing is not a quick fix golf technique. It is a system, beginning at address, that simplifies the most important moment of the golf swing – impact.

Starting at address on two planes where the arms hang straight down at address, the Conventional golf swing is complicated. Because the arms are hanging straight down, a conventional golfer must lift the body into impact creating stress on the back.

This upward movement to accommodate the two planes is unnecessary.

The Single Plane Golf swing simplifies the golf swing by eliminating the need for the upward movement by starting and impacting on the same plane.

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10 thoughts on “Three Paradym Swing Fixes for Your Slice

  1. How is it that you are able to hit the ball square to the target with out the ball before your lead foot (to target) without slicing. I have been trying evrything In your videos with your stance possible and can’t replicate anything that resembles your shot. However I have found if I put the ball about 2 inches ahead of my lead foot my swing seams way more natural and not rushed

  2. I've been reviewing all the Todd Graves single plane videos for the past three months but as I live in upper Wisconsin I've yet to hit a single plane shot outdoors and I've got another month to wait. I've gotten a handful of swings in my weekly indoor simulator league, although there's no opportunity to hit a few shots in a row and try for little corrections.

    After visiting a friend yesterday afternoon, I stopped by the sporting goods store about dinner time. No other customers were in the golf section so I asked the store employee if I could hit the demo model of the Calloway Paradym X, the version for lousy golfers like myself. He set me up in the simulator area. I told him I was trying to convert to a single plane swing. The club felt great. I had a good feel during the swing motion and it showed on the simulator screen. Of sixteen initial swings, I had duffed one, pulled a slight hook 19 yards left of center, only one fade flight path, and 13 shots within 30 feet left or right of center. One shot was 0 inches off target; dead, dead straight. I took a break from hitting balls to pre-order the Paradym X. I'll have it by the time I can use it outdoors. I've never hit a grouping of driver shot like that before. Whether it's the driver or the new single plane swing is debatable, but I think pairing both might be the best explanation.

    With the combination of the new driver and my excitement working with the single plane swing, this could be a very fun golf season, especially if I can hit fairways during weekly outdoor league play. Looking forward to hitting all my clubs outdoors with the single plane swing. Todd's YouTube lessons are great.

  3. When I was a conventional golfer I had the worst slice you could ever imagine. Now with single plane swing all my mishits go dead straight (I just push and pull it a little sometimes – but whatever line the ball starts on now it stays on that line). By pushing and pulling it a little bit sometimes, this doesn't stop me playing great golf. When I had a big slice I just couldn't enjoy the game. Now I can't wait to practice and play rounds

  4. This was the one thing that I couldn't figure out, why I was slicing. I realized on my downswing when I shifted my wait to the left foot (right handed), I was moving slightly to the left. When I realized it, and stopped moving, I started hitting everything straight. That was such a slight issue, but enough to mess up the swing. So glad I figured it out. That is where if I had one of you guys looking at my swing, you could have enlighten me.

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