Backswing in which the club is more horizontal than vertical. This is often regarded as a fault, but many fine players have had flat swings, including Ben Hogan.
The type of swing that occurs when the club head is carried back in a flat manner - usually inside-out
A low club path around the golfer.
A swing in which the club is closer to a horizontal than vertical plane.
A swing on which the club is carried back at a relatively low angle to the ground, usually from the inside out, which is likely to cause a hook.