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Watch "Ben Hogan's Swing Down the Line" Video


Ben Hogan's golf swing is full of myth and mystery and in this video, I hope to disspell a couple of those myths as they can actually be harmful for someone trying to learn the one plane swing. Using Hogan as a model for the swing should be done with a very strong understanding of the swing and strong amount of caution as his swing was built completely around his own personal tendencies of hooking the ball, and ridding himself of that tendency. There are countless anti-hook moves in his swing, so take that into consideration in your studies.


Perhaps the most important myth in Hogan's swing is the misconception of him coming down on a plane beneath that of the one he took the club back on. Hogan certainly felt this in his swing because of his strong lateral move during the downswing, but the fact of the matter is that it simply didn't happen this way. As you'll see in the video, Hogan actually came down on nearly the EXACT same plane he took the club back on, very similar to Vijay Singh, both of whom use a strong lower body move to generate power and allow the club to come back down on plane.


Perhaps the most important practical thing I can share of Hogan's swing that I see 90% of amateurs struggle with is the shaft plane when the arms are at 9 o'clock. Undoubtedly, the most common fault happens right from the takeaway when the club moves too far inside. By the time the left arm is parallel to the ground, the shaft is pointing well outside the ball and is too flat. While Hogan was known for swinging on what was considered a more flat plane, it must be understood that Hogan did NOT swing flat. As you can see from the photo below, Hogan's shaft plane at this crucial position is actually steeper than his plane at address. You can also see the same of my swing to the left. Ideally, the club is pointing at the ball or just inside it at this point. 9 out of every 10 amateurs' shafts will be pointing outside the ball at this point and be swinging on a plane that is flatter than the shaft plane established at address. Check your shaft at 9 o'clock and see if your overall swing needs a little tune up.


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