Power Lag Pro - Creates Club Lag for More Power
The Power Lag Pro trains your hands to maximize club lag for more power and consistency. The Power Lag Pro golf training aid provides immediate feedback when your wrist is fully cocked.
Flat Wirst Pro - Promotes Flat Wirst Through Impact
The Flat Wrist Pro golf swing trainer is guaranteed to improve your impact and consistency. The Flat Wrist pro trains your hands to hit down on the ball and square the club face for a more powerful impact position. The Flat Wrist Pro is also great for chipping and full shots.
Power Lag Pro Features:
PowerLagPro is the only training aid that is specifically designed to train your Right or Left hand depending if you are R/L handed golfer
Comes with a wrist strap
Can be used for both left and right handed golfer
Guaranteed to add 20-30 more yard to your driver
Flat Wrist Pro Features:
Easily slides inside your golf glove
Comes with a removable wrist strap which can be used for added feedback
Comes with detachable WristFace Guide
WristFace Guide: give you visual feedback as to where your hands are before, during and past impact
Can be used for both left and right handed golfer
|Benefits: Power Lag Pro Swing Trainer || |
| • ||Promotes proper lag for power and consistency |
| • ||Improves ball compression and increases distance |
| • ||Fixes a slice and eliminates the "over the top" move |
| • ||IPrevents casting of the club |
| • ||Develops proper release |
|Benefits: Flat Wrist Pro Golf Swing Trainer || |
| • ||Develop peoper hand position before, during impact, and after impact |
| • ||Promotes a flat wrist through imapct |
| • ||Fixes the breakdown of the leading wrist and arm at impact |
| • ||Improves consistency and ball trajectory |
| • ||Hit crisp chip shots |
Trains your hands for proper takeaway (For Pitch Shots)
* Prevents over rotation of the hands.
* The (Wrist and Hand Guide Needle) gives immediate visual feedback, if your hands and arms are over or under rotating
* Practice proper hand positions as shown in the figures above in front of a mirror
* Your takeaway is one area where you have very little room for personal preference
* On a driving range practice hitting small chip and pitch shots in order to ingrain proper lasting feeling
NOTE: FULL SHOTS - The majority of the tour players set their wrist much later in their back swing, however, but it is ok to set your wrist early in your back swing. Please keep in mind and make sure that you take your club back for the first three feet or so in one piece.
Learn proper hand position before impact
* Retain the wrist angle for proper release of the hands at impact
* The (Wrist and Hand Guide Needle) will provide you immediate visual feedback, if your leading wrist is not at a proper position before impact
* Practice the move in front of a mirror as shown in the figure above
* Your hands position before the impact will dictate your ball flight and trajectory
* Practice hitting small chip and pitch shots in order to ingrain proper lasting feeling
Learn proper hand position before and at impact
* Naturally un-hinge your wrist through impact, when done properly it will lead to proper squaring of the club face through impact
* Notice how the (Wrist and Hand Guide Needle) is pointing downwards, this will ensure that you are hitting down and compressing the ball
* Practice this move in front of the mirror or on the range.
* Start by hitting 100 to 200 small pitch shots and than move up to 3/4 and full shots
Learn to draw the ball
* As you know there are number of ways to hit a controlled draw, but we recommend using a combination of your hips and shoulder rotation along with arm rotation.
* Slow your hips just a fraction through impact and allow you hands to naturally release, this will ensure nice controlled draw.
* If you completely rely on your hands rotation for a draw it will be very hard to control the amount of spin and distance.
* Step 1: Take a wider stance than normal
* Step 2: Close the face of the club by few degrees
* Step 3: Make sure your right shoulder stays behind during the down swing
* Step 4: Emulate the position in the (figure above) by maintaining a triangle formed between your arms and chest after the impact.
* NOTE: Make sure that your left arm has fully rotated and your right arm gets over the left arm. (Notice how the (Wrist and Hand Guide Needle) is pointing downwards.
* You will only be able to achieve this hand and arm position if your club has traveled and came from the inside.
Learn to fade the ball
* There are number of ways to hit a controlled fade, but we recommend using a combination of your hips and shoulder rotation along with no arm rotation.
* Fire your hips through impact zone and allow your right shoulder to come over slightly, then simply turn your whole body through impact. Hold on to your club in order to minimize any release of the club.
* Completely relying on your arms for a controlled fade can be hard to do and is less reliable.
* Step 1: Narrow your stance
* Step 2: Open your club face slightly
* Step 3: Emulate the position in the (figure above) by maintaining a triangle formed between your arms and chest after the impact.
* NOTE: Make sure the your left arm has NOT rotated and your right arm STAYS UNDER the left arm. (Notice how the (Wrist and Hand Guide Needle) is pointing upwards.
Master Your Swing Plane
* Place and secure the (Wrist and Hand Guide Needle) as show in the figure above.
* This provides a visual feedback as to where butt of the club is pointing.
* BACK SWING: 3/4 PositionÑThe needle should be just inside the ball
* DOWN SWING: 3/4 PositionÑThe needle should be pointing right at the ball