Swing Guide is a simple but highly effective product designed to teach you a better takeaway, as well as how and where to set the wrists during the swing. This simple device will ensure you are set properly at the top of the swing and enable you to maintain a better swing arc and swing plane.
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Even before the first swing, the Swing Guide will assist the player with setup and alignment to the target. The standard way to mount the Swing Guide is square with the leading edge of the face of the golf club although some prefer to rotate it a few degrees clockwise so it flattens the left wrist at the top of the backswing.
On the backswing, the Swing Guide will serve as an indicator of when the wrists hinge and at all times it will show the relationship between the hands, leading arm and clubface. Typically the Swing Guide will come into contact right as the player reaches the top of the backswing. Sometimes it will be a little earlier but it can be a good reference to see if you are overswinging or lifting the club rather than getting a good body and shoulder turn.
The top of the backswing is the 'signature' position of the Swing Guide. The player can't see the hands or club face but they can FEEL if they are loaded and on plane ready to drop and shift into the downswing.
On the downswing, you will be encouraged to keep the wrists in a powerful lag position without leaking power caused by casting or throwing the hands away from the body.
Swing Guide is one of the bedrocks of the training aids market. It's simple design and practical application have made it one of the best selling training aids of all time and one of the most regularly used items in the teaching community.