In order to have the club travel on plane through the downswing, your club should be pointing towards your target at the top of your backswing. If your club is pointing behind you, it is considered to be laid off, and if it is pointing to the front of your setup, it is across the line.
August 18, 2021 - 11:16 am EDT 2 years ago
What Does It Mean To Be Laid Off Or Across The Line
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