Golf Swing Extender Training Aid

Driving Range Trainer

Posted by Robert

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Golf Swing Extender Training Aid If you take a swing with the Swing Extender and you hate it -- then it's doing its job! This is a nifty training aid that will cure you of that "armsy" swing.

The way it works: Attach The Swing Extender to your bicep, just above your elbow, with a Velcro strap and take your normal golf swing. The device encourages you to make a better shoulder turn and create a wider swing arc because it prevent your arms from collapsing, a common swing flaw in all of us who don't turn our bodies and try to hit the ball with our arms.

When I first tried it, I didn't like it at all because I had become so accustomed to using an "armsy" swing to hit the ball rather than making a good turn. Thus, I felt like I was trying to hit the golf ball with one arm tied behind my back, or in this case one arm prevented from going behind my back (literally).

After you practice with The Swing Extender on the driving range, you'll start to understand how to generate power by turning your body back and through the ball rather than throwing your arms at it. This will eventually give you a more consistent, more powerful swing that doesn't rely on flailing arms and perfect timing.

A good turn with the correct wrist cock is the secret to a powerful consistent golf swing. For a great device that I like to practice my wrist cock and get on the correct swing plane is the Swingyde. This is a device that attaches to your golf club and directs your hands and arms into a perfectly square position at the top of your backswing.

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