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Swingyde Golf Swing Training Aid
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- Golf swing aid for improving distance and accuracy
- Attaches easily and securely to the shaft of your club
- Built-in rest encourages your wrist to cock properly
- Improves your swing plane, clubface alignment, and follow through
- Works for both right- and left-handed golfers
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This is the AUTHENTIC MODEL, comes in black color box, fits right or left handed golfers contains the "Swingyde" tool, with our name logoed on the tool, Jim Flick DVD, instruction sheets, rubber band, and wrist band for training exercises. Made in Australia.
Tired of practicing your swing for weeks on end with nothing to show for it? Turn to the Swingyde golf training aid, which helps you achieve greater distance and accuracy each time you step on the course. The Swingyde works intuitively, with a clip that attaches to the shaft of your club on one end, and a built-in rest that touches your left forearm on the other. The rest encourages your wrist to cock properly during the swing, helping improve your swing plane, swing tempo, clubface alignment, impact position, and follow through. Now you can know what it feels like to swing like a pro. The Swingyde is lightweight and easy to attach, and works for both right- and left-handed golfers.
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This thing is not a fix-all, get that up front right now. It tells you two things, basically. One, are you releasing your wrists at the approximately right time on downswing for maximum swing speed? And the other, are you on a reasonably decent plane pulling back and down into following through?
Turns out my follow-thru was fine, but my backswing had one-half of Jim Furyk's swing in it. My backswing I did not connect with this at the right spot, and when I did, on the down swing I was releasing wayyyyy too soon. Now I only have to swing this thing about 1000 times to try and retrain my swing memory.
And therein lies the problem with this and most other static training aids. Once you get it off the club, you have a tendency to go back to your original problem, what with all the other stuff you are trying to remember.
I suffer from occasional "chicken wing" with my right elbow, and the training device I bought for that held it firm. I thought I had it beat, but about my second round out it reared it's ugly wing, and I had to really concentrate on keeping my right elbow tucked in properly. A human trainer would have informed me over the course of a lesson, and I think that would have stuck better than the Velcro strap I used then took off when I played.
So the same issue exists with the Swingyde. But I'm trying...
I struggle with late wrist set and working with this training aid in the evenings at home (20 swings/night) has dramatically improved my ball striking. It has helped me develop a much better awareness of how to set my wrists in the back and down swings and I'm pretty sure it has contributed to a more compact, efficient swing.
It's incredibly easy to set up. But you do need to make sure you watch the included DVD as it describes the proper way to set it up. If you don't set it up correctly, it will not work as expected.