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  • Meat and Potatoes DrillIf you have the PlaneMate then you’ve already learned how to properly shallow the golf club. The next step is to move onto the short band and practice your scoring pitch shots. Do this drill to become fantastic with your wedges. Use the short band on a wedge with your PlaneMate and focus on your radius as you hit […]
  • Develop Your Golf SwingThe PlaneMate comes with 3 bands that can be used in a variety of ways to help develop a great golf swing. A lot of golfers pop up as they swing, causing the pelvis to invade the area that the club and grip live. Wearing an aim stick around your waist gives great feedback because […]
  • Rotate and Elevate DrillThe following scenario will probably feel familiar to a lot of recreational golfers… You’re standing over the golf ball, preparing to hit a shot. Then, the very first move you make in your backswing is a retraction. Your trail arm withdraws, kinda like you’re about to elbow a pickpocket that’s trying to steal your wallet […]
  • Best Training Aid to Improve Your SwingFeatured Coach of the Week – Mike Dawson The PlaneMate is one of the best training aids on the market to improve your golf swing!  It has also been used by countless PGA Tour and European Tour Players including Rory Mcilroy, Collin Morikaway, Daren Clarke, Matt Kuchar, and Alex Noren, just to name a few. […]
  • Are You Crossed Up in Your Backswing?If you’re one of those golfers that gets crossed up at the top of your swing, practicing with the PlaneMate is a fantastic way to add consistency and reliability to your swing.  At the top of your backswing, you need to have awareness of the club and your arms.  With the PlaneMate on, you can feel the band behind […]
  • Checkup For Your Golf SwingMany amateur golfers set up to the ball with their body wide open, their booty back and their weight settled in their back heel. This can lead to a cascade of issues in your swing. A great checkup for your alignment at address and the connectedness of your arms and body throughout the swing is this drill […]
  • Perfect Your SquatWe love seeing all the PlaneMate hacks that golf coaches and players come up with. This tip is inspired by the "Sam Snead Squat."
  • 5 Ball Progression for Better ConnectionIf you have gone through the PlaneMate Protocols, you probably noticed that there are a lot of one arm short shot drills. One arm drills help golfers feel connected throughout their entire swing. These little shots may not seem like they are the kind of thing that will help you hit the ball better. But […]
  • Get High and Wide for More PowerIf you’re looking for power… If you want to really smash the ball off the tee… You have to have a wide, tall golf swing. Good golfers don’t bend their trail arm past 90 degrees. BUT… If you’re like most club golfers, you do. If you take on swing length by over-bending your arms, that’s cheating! … AND it robs you of power.
  • The Perfect Recipe for a Strong DrawWe developed the phrase “Resist, Relax, Rotate” for the PlaneMate with Slicers in mind. Golfers who slice the ball have a swing path that goes inside out. Train your body to shallow the ball by resisting the PlaneMate band as you bring the club up. At the top of the top of the swing, relax the tension.