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From the time Larry McGrath took up the game at the age of 13, golf has remained an abiding passion and steadfast pursuit for him. It wasn’t until 1992, however, that McGrath found the single-plane swing system, an approach to the swing that eliminates superfluous body rotation, including all superstitious pre-shot backflips. He became a certified teacher of the system in 1999, and today he teaches students how to keep their swing on a single path, starting with the proper grip and a firm setup. They’ll then take an abbreviated backswing and, at impact, return their arms, wrists, and hands to the same position they were in at the setup. Ideally the club will then continue in the intended direction of the ball’s flight path through the finish.
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