How to Improve a Golf Swing FAST with the PlaneSWING Golf Training System

//How to Improve a Golf Swing FAST with the PlaneSWING Golf Training System

How to Improve a Golf Swing FAST with the PlaneSWING Golf Training System

How to Improve a Golf Swing FAST!

PlaneSWING Golf Training System

Everyone wants to improve their golf swing.  Let’s face it, if you can’t get the proper basic swing down, your time on the course will not bring you much enjoyment.  This is where the PlaneSWING Golf Training System can help show you how to improve a golf swing quickly and easily.

And I know because I’ve tried it!

If you continually making bad shots, you’ll soon get discouraged – and that’s NOT good!

Developing Your Correct Swing Plane

One of the keys to learning and maintaining a correct swing is thru repetition (what they call “muscle memory”), and understanding what it actually feels like to do it the right way.  This golf swing plane trainer will help you to do that, seeing dramatic results in a very short period of time.
Cost:  $698.99
Where to Purchase:  PlaneSWING®
Guarantee:  30 Day Money Back Guarantee
My Rating:  4.5/5


How to Improve a Golf SwingDevelop the perfect golf swing and you will experience more power and distance with your shots, along with better accuracy and consistency.
… and it doesn’t matter if you’re a beginner or more experienced, I think this can help anyone!

Note: suitable for anyone from 4ft 10in (1.47m) to 6ft 8in (2.03m).  Almost everyone will fall into this range, and of course it does not matter if you are right or left handed.


You can see from the images and video here, that the PlaneSWING consists of a circular tubular guide that makes you swing correctly; you are actually forced into swinging the right way.  You do this often enough and you will soon be building not only correct technique thru muscle memory as mentioned earlier, but muscle strength as well since the “training club” is weighted –  killing two birds with one stone as the saying goes.

This is designed to develop a consistent and repeatable motion through motor-skill change.


What’s included in the PlaneSWING® Package?

PlaneSWING – adjustable steel hoop

PowerSLIDER – weighted club
Significantly heavier than a standard golf club to help stretch, condition and train your “golfing muscles”,  but still light enough to be used by all. They also have different length sliders in their shop page.

PlaneCHECKER – extends from the grip end of the PowerSLIDER club to help you see the plane of your swing in motion.

PlaneSWING Stance Alignment Mat – help assure proper stance.

PlaneGUIDE & calibrated telescopic strut – sets the PlaneSWING to your ideal swing plane.



PlaneSWING Backswing


There is some assembly required initially, taking about 45 minutes or so to put together.  But once that is done it simply folds up (6″ wide folded) and can be rolled for quick storage, and can be set up again in under 1 minute.  It’s also weatherproof, made of powder coated steel that’s weather resistant although I would not leave it out in bad weather.  In a garage or under an awning is best.



In my opinion this is more of an outdoor swing trainer, but if you’ve got the room indoors bring it in!  You’ll need a width clearance of 13 ft. (4m),  a depth clearance of 5 ft. (1.5m) and a height clearance of just about 8 ft. (2.4m).



PlaneSWING Follow-Thru


The adjustable “swing hoop concept” has been used and endorsed by many PGA professional golfers and coaches the world over, and the PlaneSWING  can be found at golf courses all around the globe.  You can find these Centers on their site with links to the course nearest you.

That’s what I did!


It’s recommended to use PlaneSWING 3 to 4 times per week for 10 minutes each session.  Use it again before you head out to the course for a round of golf, and you will soon see dramatic improvements in your game.
More Power – More Accuracy – More Distance

And your confidence will soar!


DOUBLE GUARANTEE –   30 Day Money Back Guarantee of the purchase price, (excluding delivery and return cost). Guaranteed against manufacturer’s defects for 1 year from date of purchase.
Tony Clark

The owner of PlaneSWING Tony Clark, was at one time the Managing Director, investor and shareholder of a similar more basic golf training “hoop” training aid.  Tony took the fundamental hoop and added 4 key improvements that are now incorporated into PlaneSWING.

The result: PlaneSWING is now being used by amateurs and PGA Professionals alike in over 50 countries across the world – and still growing!

“To grow the game of golf by supporting Teaching Professionals and golf development programs and making PlaneSWING® accessible to all.”  Tony Clark – CEO





Final Conclusion


The results are huge.
Less sliced, pulled and shanked shots.  More accuracy and on-target with.


Awesome product that works, but a bit pricey for my pocketbook.  That is actually my ONLY “con”, because I do believe this can help all golfers of any level.  You’ll have to decide if the cost outweighs the benefits for yourself.
But if you can afford it, I would definitely Buy it.



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By | 2016-11-27T10:48:43+00:00 March 21st, 2016|Training Aids|23 Comments

About the Author:

... lifetime lover of the game of golf! Had golfing parents that loved the game and were supportive of what talents (or not) us kids had or showed interest in. Lived alongside the 5th fairway of our local golf club in high school, which is where my "true" love affair with the sport began, and it has continued for 40 years!


  1. Christian January 20, 2017 at 3:10 pm - Reply

    I see that this device helps with learning how to improve your golf swing. I have no real training and I am a total amateur in regard to my golf, but I want to do better so my buddies (men & women) won’t beat me all the time – I’ll enjoy that.

    Being as such, do you think that it could help me even? I’m not a golfaholic, but I do desire to learn. Good thing that it stows away easily!

  2. Justin October 9, 2016 at 1:27 pm - Reply

    I have used the planeswing golf trainer and I do not think their is a better training aid on the market for teaching you the proper swing path and trajectory. I use to battle coming inside on my swing path and the planeswing helped me train my arms to stay on the proper path and correct my swing path issues. Highly recommend!

    • Joanne October 10, 2016 at 10:57 am - Reply

      Thanks for giving us your experience with the PlaneSWING Golf Training System Justin.

      It’s really great to get feedback from actual users on how it has helped them better their swing. It’s an investment, but I feel it is warranted especially if your looking to play golf for your entire life, which most golfers do. (One of the reasons my father has made it past 100 yrs. – walking every round of golf he ever played!)

      It simply “Just Plain Works”!

      Thanks Justin

  3. Jim Sullivan September 13, 2016 at 11:38 am - Reply

    Really enjoyed the article about the PlaneSwing training aid. You present your information in a way that’s easily understood and makes you want to continue reading. Although I’m a senior golfer, I still need to try to get the most out of my swing, and this looks darn good. At my age though, I’m not sure if it’s right for me. What might you suggest?
    Well done!

    • Joanne September 14, 2016 at 8:54 am - Reply

      Hi Jim
      This will help anyone at ANY age, but is a little more than some people can afford so that is something you will want to consider. If you find it may be too much for you, I would highly suggest the SKLZ Gold Flex or the Orange Whip. I think you’ll be extremely happy with these choices and still be able to keep your swing in good shape.

  4. Glen August 21, 2016 at 10:12 am - Reply

    As an avid golfer addicted to the sport, I found your review of the planeswing golf training system good. The key to improving is repetition and that’s where this system works best. I have seen recommendations to make 100 swings a day for muscle memory. But obviously, they must be “good” swings.

    My only question is does the planeswing system force you to make good swings? There is more to the swing besides plane. I have spent lots of time at indoor training facilities video taping my swing and working outdoors with teaching pros working on my ball flight shape. And I usually have an early spring lesson to work on grip, posture and alignment.

    • Joanne September 3, 2016 at 9:17 am - Reply

      Thanks Glen

      Glad to see you’re practicing on your swing!
      As far as the number of “practice swings” to take for muscle memory to take hold, I’ve seen a variation on the recommended time spent on this. I think it depends on what you can give to it at any particular time. Obviously its got to be enough to make an impact, but not so much that you tire and end up screwing up your swing towards the end of your practice. You DO NOT want to end your training routine that way!

      Yes, the PlaneSWING does force you to make a good swing. It can be adjusted to each persons individual form and stance, and since each club is different in length, can be adjusted for those differences as well. It will make you swing the same swing time after time after time, thus producing that muscle memory we’ve talked about.

      You are correct! … there is a lot more to the golf swing than just swinging “on-plane”, but this one factor is huge and in my humble opinion one of the most important aspects of a good and productive golf swing. (hahaha – along with keeping your eye on the ball and not lifting your head).
      There are so many other elements involved, but you have to start with the basics.

  5. Christian July 17, 2016 at 6:59 pm - Reply

    Thanks for posting this review. I still really need help with my swing. This looks like something I could really enjoy using and improving with.

    A couple of questions though…Did this system feel sturdy enough to last for several years of practicing, and did you think $700 was too steep for this product or does it offer enough to justify the price? Thanks!

    • Joanne September 3, 2016 at 9:23 am - Reply

      Hi Christian

      Thanks for checking the PlaneSWING out.
      Just skip down a bit and read my comment about price. It’s a piece of training equipment that should really last a lifetime if treated properly. But of course, not everyone will be able to make that initial purchase even if it’s worth it.

  6. Johnny July 17, 2016 at 12:14 pm - Reply

    Hello. Thanks for your review of the plane swing golf training system. I was not familiar with this golf aid, but find it to be a very nice product. It would be a great asset to anyone trying to develop or maintain the proper swing plane, which is the key to hitting the ball consistently straight. Having the weighted club will help with strength and hitting the ball with more power, which we could all use more of. I will be sure to check out more of your reviews in the future.

    • Joanne July 17, 2016 at 5:37 pm - Reply

      The PlaneSWING is actually one of my personal favorites.

      Yeah, it’s a little on the pricey side, but if you put things into perspective maybe not so much. This can be used either inside or out, and is useful for not only muscle memory but actual physical exercise of the all important golf muscles – the more strength the more powerful swing.

      You can use it whenever the urge strikes you, good weather or bad. It will last for years and years and years, so having a personal golf trainer like this may not cost as much as one might think if you look at it in those terms.

      Over the course of 1 year – $1.92/day
      Over the course of 2 years – $0.96 cents/day
      Over the course of 3 years – $0.64 cents/day

      All depends on your perception of value – for me too, there’s a lot of value for years to come with the PlaneSWING

  7. John July 11, 2016 at 6:19 pm - Reply

    I used to enjoy playing and wished the PlaneSwing was available in my younger days. You are correct in the cost though. Could it not be available at Golf Courses where folks could make an appointment and use for a cost? Then if the Plane Swing ticks all the boxes, it could lead me into a purchase.

    • Joanne July 16, 2016 at 6:46 am - Reply

      Hi John

      PlaneSWING “has been used and endorsed by many PGA professional golfers and coaches the world over, and the PlaneSWING can be found at golf courses all around the globe. You can find these Centers on their site with links to the course nearest you.”

      If you go to the PlaneSWING site, you will find a list of golf courses where you can try it. – that’s what I did and I love the thing!

      No reason why you can’t keep up your playing John. My father is going on 102 yrs. old and played golf up to about age 98 – get out there again!

  8. Fray July 9, 2016 at 10:33 am - Reply

    Brilliant article!

    Such a simple piece of equipment, but which could potentially make such a massive difference.

    When I first started playing I was filled with the enthusiasm of youth, and before any practice I went for a big swing. Luckily I didn’t break my toes as I slammed the club down into my foot… but it certainly put me off for a while.

    My latest problem is hip rotation, and it looks like the Planeswing addresses that issue.

    I have a couple of questions, if I may?

    On the mat on the floor does it indicate proper foot placement?

    With the band across to check proper sternum alignment, does that mean it’s a two-man job every time? Or once it’s initially set up you ever have to mess with that again?

    Thanks again for the article. There’s hope for me yet!

    • Joanne July 13, 2016 at 6:11 am - Reply

      The “Stance Alignment Mat” you see has straight lines to help you consistently set-up squarely every time.

      There is also something called “PowerSTANCE”. It’s an additional golf training aid for building up your stability in the golf swing from beginning to end. You’ll feel a considerable improvement in your balance and weight shift, this results in a more solid and powerful strike. Achieve more accuracy and distance … and PowerSTANCE also works great inside PlaneSWING too.
      – you certainly don’t need to get the PowerSTANCE however to enjoy the huge benefits of the PlaneSWING.

  9. Blame July 9, 2016 at 10:27 am - Reply

    The PlaneSwing is very impressive!
    Muscle memory is definitely important when it comes to doing any kinds of sports. I have heard of a study where two groups of basketball amateur players practiced differently. One group practiced with the actual ball while the other group simply sat and visualized. A month later, both groups were just as good as the other.

    That’s why training with this type of golf trainer should bring impressive results, as long the person practices consistently that is. Do you agree?

    • Joanne July 10, 2016 at 7:55 am - Reply

      That’s an interesting study. Visualization I believe can give a huge advantage in helping remember and follow thru on almost anything, whether it be basketball, tennis or golf. But I also believe that muscle memory is an important, necessary and distinct part of the equation that can’t be ignored.

      Practice practice and more practice in the correct form and sequence produces results! The more you do it the better you get.

      The correct repetitive motion produced thru training with the PlaneSWING helps with both, and in the end a better result with your golf shots.

  10. Stephen March 22, 2016 at 12:04 am - Reply

    Hi Joanne!

    What an informative post on improving golf swing with the PlaneSWING Golf Training System!

    I may not fully understand golf here, but I can see your training can bring any serious person up to speed with several terms in matters golf! Out of long running interest, and as a father of two daughters, I just want to return to this site with a view to getting myself really started with golf! A few years ago I knew nothing about cricket. Only later I got to realize what an interesting game I was missing!

    • Joanne March 22, 2016 at 10:43 am - Reply

      Hi Stephen!

      That’s great! Golf is a sport that you can play your entire lifetime – young or old. My Father played golf well into his late 90’s, and I believe it’s one of the reasons he stayed so healthy – it’s good exercise and fun.

      I think you and your daughters will really enjoy it.
      Come back when your ready Stephen; I’ll be here!

  11. Raymond March 21, 2016 at 11:41 pm - Reply

    This is amazing. I like the idea of how this really solves a lot of beginners’ problem in practicing their swings correctly. My dad used to golf. How I wish I could afford this and give this to him. Because as you said it is good exercise. My dad could use some.
    Golf courses in my country doesn’t have this. So does Plane Swing have shipping options for outside of USA?

    • Joanne March 22, 2016 at 10:29 am - Reply

      Hi Raymond!

      Even if your Dad got out in the backyard and swung a club or hit wiffle balls (room permitting), I know he would feel good about it. It would still give him exercise and joy – and that’s what it’s all about!

      PlaneSWING has golf courses all over the world displaying this swing training aid – you can find a list of countries and courses on their website. They also ship worldwide, so that should never be a problem if one day he wanted it.

      I’ll be adding some lower priced swing training aids shortly, so check back. They may not be of this quality but will certainly help.

  12. Christine March 21, 2016 at 11:36 pm - Reply

    This Plane SWING Golf Training System looks like it would help me with my golf swing. I certainly need some guidance and training. I have a large back yard so this device would be great for me. It does cost a bit of money but it would be worth it to correct my swing and beat my friends playing golf.


    • Joanne March 22, 2016 at 7:06 am - Reply

      Hi Christine

      Of course it’s always fun to beat who you’re playing with, but for me it would help me just enjoy the game better. I wouldn’t be happy with most of my shots being “flubs” – and I hate sand traps!

      The two most important things in golf are the grip and the swing – if you don’t have a good handle on those it could be a struggle.

      Thanks for stopping by!

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