Swingyde Golf Swing Training ToolSwingyde attaches to the shaft of all clubs. Swingyde can be used to hit practice balls for immediate feedback.
Swingyde Trainer The Swingyde is the ultimate golf training tool. The lightweight training aid is designed to create the correct golf swing position Features: Can be used whilst hitting balls at practice. Sets the correct hinge position at the top of your backswing. Corrects face alignment throughout your golf swing, which leads to greater distance, better accuracy and most importantly lower scores! Suitable for both right and left handed men, women and junior golfers. Swingyde is a very simple yet effective golf training tool and is constantly used by the best players on all the main Tours around the world. Attaches easily and securely to the shaft of your club Built-in rest encourages your wrist to cock properly
Swingyde Golf Training Aid The Swingyde is a very simple, but highly effective golf training aid that is used be players of all abilities, including teaching professionals and PGA Tour players. The Swingyde is lighweight and easy to use. The Swingyde will guide you through all of the key positions throughout the golf swing. Click Here to watch the complete Swingyde Instructional Video Swingyde with Jim Flick Instructional DVD * Reduces Incorrect wrist cocking and encourages correct radial deviation of the wrist * Achieve greater distance and better accuracy - reduce your handicap * Lightweight and easy to attach * Corrects club face alignment * Improves grip and width and swing arc * Corrects swing plane * Checks completion of backswing * Improves swing tempo * Corrects start of downswing * Improves impact position * Improves follow through and plane Testimonials - Swingyde Golf Training Aid "I'm a very lucky man, golf has been my life. I roomed with Arnold Palmer in college. I'm proud to be the co-founder of Nicklaus/Flick Golf Schools and to have established it's outstanding staff. My time with Jack Nicklaus on the course and practice tee has been exciting. I cherish my relationships with Tom Lehman and a number of other tour players. My travels around the world to help recreational golfers improve their golf games have given me some of my greatest professional joy. In my 57 years of playing and 43 years of teaching the golf swing, I have never seen a golf training aid like my Swingyde to help train golfers of all abilities to swing their club on line, every time. Let me share my discovery with you!" Jim Flick "I have used the Swingyde in almost all of my golf lessons regardless of the players' ability. It is especially useful with beginners who have no idea as to what the golf swing should look or feel like. The relative inexpensive swingyde can help identify many swing problems that can occur in the golf swing and is helpful in giving feedback to the player where he cannot see or feel what is actually occurring, which is behind him. For anyone looking for an inexpensive golf teaching or training aid that will certainly develop good swing habits the Swingydeis the one." Greg Sanders 20 Year PGA Member How Do You Use The Swingyde? Firstly remove the the wing nut and bolt from your Swingyde, then slip the clamp over the bottom of the shaft (Figure 1) and slide the Swingyde onto the base of the grip. Before your fasten the clamp, take your left hand grip (right handed player) as shown in (Figure 2) and form a 90 deg angle between your left arm and the club. Slide the Swingyde up the grip so the cradle meets the side of your left forearm. Align Swingyde directly on top of the grip ensuring the clubface is square. (Figure 3). Now you have your Swingyde set up, replace the bolt. Firstly remove the the wing nut and bolt from your Swingyde, then slip the clamp over the bottom of the shaft (Figure 1) and slide the Swingyde onto the base of the grip. Before your fasten the clamp, take your left hand grip (right handed player) as shown in (Figure 2) and form a 90 deg angle between your left arm and the club. Slide the Swingyde up the grip so the cradle meets the side of your left forearm. Align Swingyde directly on top of the grip ensuring the clubface is square. (Figure 3). Now you have your Swingyde set up, replace the bolt, see (Figure 4) . Firstly remove the the wing nut and bolt from your Swingyde, then slip The Putting Drill designed to reduce wrist action and improve stroke. 1. Attach Swingyde to the bottom of your putter grip on the right hand side. (for right handed golfer) (See Figure 1). 2. Attached rubber band half way down Swingyde, be sure to double the rubber band to create tension. (See Figure 2). 3. Take left hand grip as usual, then place forefinger of right hand between rubber band and then grip the putter, feeling the pressure of the Swingyde's cradle on the back of your right wrist. (See Figure 3). 4. Make some practice strokes maintaining pressure on the back of your right wrist. This will encourage a pure sroke. This is great for beginner golfers, to give them the general feel of the hinging action of the golf swing. Be sure to wear the supplied wrist band for comfort. Attach your Swingyde to a mid iron (6-8 iron) as instructed. Holding the club vertically in your left hand, hook the rubber band over the right side of the cradle. (See Figure 1) Then pull the rubber band over to the left and under the fore arm, and back up and attach to the left side of the Swingyde. (See Figure 2). Now you are ready to practice. (See Figure 3). Now you are ready for the rubber band drill. Take address position. Swing back until left arm is parallel to ground, and allow rubber band to pull Swingyde into the fore arm creating 90 degree hinge. (9 o'clock position) Reduces Incorrect wrist cocking and encourages correct radial deviation of the wrist Achieve greater distance and better accuracy - reduce your handicap Lightweight and easy to attach Corrects club face alignment Improves grip and width and swing arc Corrects swing plane Checks completion of backswing Improves swing tempo Corrects start of downswing Improves impact position Improves follow through and plane