Designed to reprogram your swing through repetition. It will progressively re-train your hands to create more lag, more solid contact and more power. Use Golf's MVP with your own clubs: on the range or indoors, with balls or without.
Inspired by the Iron Byron the
industry gold standard for the perfect, repeatable golf
swingGolf MVP's patented training technology uses
biomechanics to recreate that precision for the human
arm. Connect the instant feedback clip to any club in
your bag and Golf's MVP Red Heat will:
Put your swing perfectly on plane
Train delayed release of your hands for more powerful,
Increase lag for maximum velocity at impact
Give immediate feedback for rapid improvement
How does Golf's MVP Red Heat help change your swing?
Every golfer can benefit from working with Golf's MVP Red Heateven top
competitive golfers tell us it improves their timing and consistency. With a
unique train-by-feel system, Golf's MVP guides your hands into the ideal
striking position and encourages proper lower body motion. Once you understand
what the proper swing should FEEL like, it becomes easier to replicate.
Everybody wants a more powerful golf swing, but the way so many golfers go about
getting it actually makes the swing less powerful. Many golfers will either
over-extend in their backswing and reach back too far, causing an early release
of the hands and a loss of stored power, or they may use their hands and upper
body to hit down from the top to force power into the downswing.
Here's how Golf's MVP can help:
In the backswing.
The MVP creates the ideal power position at the top of your backswing. The
double-strap system eliminates left arm breakdown by preventing early and
over-bending of the right arm. This creates a wider swing arc and strong right
angles that prepare you to store maximum power.
In the downswing.
Here, the MVP forces you to keep your hands passive, helping you initiate lower
body motion and drop the club on plane. This "in the slot" delivery position of
the club head creates lag and releases stored power at the moment of
Correcting flaws in your swing.
The feedback clip is an integral part of how Golf's MVP Red Heat corrects even
the smallest power leaks in the swing of any golfer, even low
handicappers. Golf's MVP works to minimize common mistakes, helping you achieve
maximum velocity and power in your swing.
Casting and early release.
Casting, or the unhinging of the wrists too early in the downswing, is an
intuitive action that must be unlearned. It comes from trying to hit the ball,
instead of lagging the club head to build centrifugal forceand it robs you of
power and distance.
The locking mechanism of the MVP keeps you from releasing the all-important
power angles too early. Even extremely skilled golfers may instinctively
release too early. No wonder so many pros use Golf's MVP to help create
consistent timing in their release.
Coming over the top.
Starting the downswing with the upper body feels more powerful, but can actually
cause a lack of power and consistency. When the cable locks inside the MVP, the
resistance that you feel guides your arms on the correct downswing path. This
allows you to feel the effortless power of centrifugal force that is created by
lagging the club head and releasing the wrists just before impact.
Adding power and distance.
Mastering the fundamentals of lag and late release will have you hitting the
ball farther than ever before, off the tee or from the fairway. By learning to
lag the club head as far behind the hands as possible, and hold the optimal
90-degree angles in your elbow and wrists as long as possible before release,
you will find effortless power. It all comes down to simple physics.
The ability to store power in the backswing, and use that centrifugal force
through the downswing is the one common element of every pro swing. In the photo
below, you can see this position clearly. Note the angle of the wrists, the
bending of the shaft, and the lag of the club head. You can achieve this
position by training with Golf's MVP.
MVP Red Heat
Three Training Clips for multiple training options
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PGA Tour, Champions Tour, NBC Sports Analyst
I am asked to put my name on dozens of training devices and I rarely say YES.
But the first time I hit balls with Golf's MVP Red Heat, I knew I needed to be
involved with this one.
2-time National Long Drive Champion
CEO/Long Driver of America
Golf's MVP is magical. You can't foot it and the feeling you get through the
ball is incredible. I don't think there's ever been a golf training product like
3-time PGA Tour Winner
In just two months, by wearing Golf's MVP, it's helped my right arm on the
backswing, keep the width in my right arm, and hold the angle. That's where I
get my distance. As I go back out on the Tour this season, I'm definitely taking
Golf's MVP with me.
This revolutionary training technology is designed to reprogram your swing
through repetition. It will progressively re-train your hands to create more
lag, more solid contact and more power!
Use Golf's MVP with your own clubs: on the range or indoors, with balls or
Trains by FEEL showing you what no teacher can
Provides immediate auditory and sensory feedback
Teaches lag and encourages consistent late release
Creates a better turn and straight left arm for a wider arc
Enhances timing and consistency
Corrects common power leaks caused by casting and coming over the top
Eliminates fat and thin shots for more solid contact
Develops connection of arms and body throughout the swing
Even if you have plenty of power, training with Golf's MVP will improve your
timing and accuracy, and add distance to all your shots. Even low handicappers
and pros can benefit from working with Golf's MVP Red Heat!
Q. How can I get the best results from Golf's MVP?
A. Your Golf's MVP comes with a Training DVD that takes you,
step-by-step, through the MVP training system, designed to help both high and
low handicappers improve accuracy and gain distance on all their shots. For most
golfers it only takes a few minutes working with the MVP before they begin to
feel a powerful golf swing. But real results come from repetition and practice.
So keep it up!
Q. Can Golf's MVP be used both indoors and outdoors?
A. Absolutely, Golf's MVP can be used anywhere
you can swing a golf club. Hold on to that feeling at home between rounds. Take
it to the range. You can even use it on the course.
And see results even
quicker with the Golf's MVP Indoor Training Club, designed to let you practice
whenever, wherever. At only 24 long, it fits perfectly in almost any travel bag
and makes it even easier to swing indoors. You can make the most of your MVP
training by having the flexibility to practice even on rainy days or while
traveling. And since it comes with a grooved training grip, it also
automatically trains you to grip the club perfectly every time.
Use it in your home or on the road to groove your swing and reinforce good swing
habits. Use it to warm up and get the feel of lag before you play. The Golf's
MVP Indoor Training Club works with the MVP to give you the feeling of swinging
a real club in your house. Both right and left-handed clubs are available. You
can purchase this as an addition to your MVP for just $49.95 during the purchase
Q. What skill level or handicap is required to use and understand the
A. Golf's MVP is the instant reference point to the perfect golf swing.
For good pla yers, it will fine-tune your swing. For high-handicappers, it will
overhaul your swing. And beginners can build a perfect swing from the outset.
And here's the best part, Golf's MVP teaches by feel, so it's almost automatic!
Q. Can Golf's MVP be used for both right and left-handed golfers?
A. Yes, Golf's MVP is designed to be used on either arm. Just
be sure that the MVP is positioned on your trailing arm (right arm for
right-handed golfers and left arm for lefties).
Q. Can I use my own golf clubs with Golf's MVP?
A. Absolutely, the Golf's MVP patented
technology works with any club in your bag. No special clubs required.
Q. How does Red Heat improve my swing?
A. Basically, Golf's MVP Red Heat forces your arms and hands to
execute your swing correctly.
First, in the backswing: Golf's MVP strap design creates the ideal power
position at the top of your backswing, giving you maximum width. The
double-strap system of Golf's MVP simply won't allow the common problem of
left-arm breakdown to occur. It prevents early and over-bending of the right
arm, creating a wider swing arc and strong right angles that prepare you to
store maximum power.
The steel cable retracts into the automatic gearbox, becoming shorter, as your
wrist hinges at the top. Once you're set, the automatic gearbox locks the cable.
Then, the only way for the swing to proceed is the correct way. The MVP forces
you to keep your hands passive, helping you initiate lower body motion and drop
the club on plane. This in the slot delivering position of the club head
creates lag and releases stored power at the moment of impact. Harvey Penick
called this the magic move.
Finally, once your hands reach hip level, the right arm begins to straighten and
the automatic shift-box unlocks the cable, allowing your hands to release.
Optimally, this wrist release happens late in the downswing to create maximum
power and velocity at the moment of impactand more distance on every shot. The
feedback is instant. If you release your hands too early (cast) or swing off
plane, the feedback clip pops off, letting you know.
Q. What is a power leak?
A. Power leaks, or losing power in your swing, come from the
most common swing flaws: casting and coming over the top. Casting is the
unhinging or releasing of the wrists too early in the downswing. The goal is to
keep the hands passive in order to hold a 90-degree angle in your wrists until
just before impact. This builds up centrifugal force by allowing the club head
to lag behind the hands, then when the wrists release, the shaft unloads and
sends all that stored power right through the ball. When you cast, and release
that hinge early, you waste all your power before you even get to the ball.
Casting also happens when a golfer tries to hit the ball by swinging with the
hands (also referred to as throwing the hands at the ball).
The locking mechanism of the MVP keeps you from releasing the all-important
power angles too early. Even extremely skilled golfers may instinctively release
too early. No wonder so many pros use MVP to help create consistent timing in
If you swing over the top, you haven't returned the club to the ball on plane.
It usually happens when you begin your downswing with the upper body. While this
can feel more powerful, it actually causes a lack of power and consistency.
When the cable locks inside the MVP at the top of the backswing, the resistance
guides your arms on the correct downswing path. This allows you to feel the
effortless power of centrifugal force that is created by lagging the club head,
and releasing the wrists just before impact.
Q. What is "lag?"
A. The word "lag" means "to follow." In golf, you want the club
head to follow or lag behind the hands on the downswing. Lag is the secret that
every pro knows and every amateur needs to know. When you learn to lag your
hands, you create centrifugal force, and store power, which is then released at
the last possible moment.
Think of how you throw a ball. Your wrist cocks back and when you throw, you
snap that wrist forward, creating centrifugal force. It's much the same in your
golf swing. Creating those 90-degree angles in your wrist and arm, and holding
them, is the key. Golf's MVP helps you create lag like no other training product
on the market can, by showing you how it feels to lag the club head.
Q. Why is it important to have a consistent late release?
A.. In order to get the maximum power and velocity from your swing, you
need lag and a consistent late release. The goal is to hold the power angles
until the last possible moment in the downswing, then releasing the hands and
allow centrifugal force to take over. Releasing too early in the downswing
wastes all your stored power.
Q. What is the feedback clip all about?
A. The feedback clip is an integral part of how Golf's MVP Red
Heat corrects even the smallest power leaks in the swing of any golfer, even low
handicappers. Golf's MVP works to minimize these common mistakes, helping you
achieve maximum velocity and power in your swing. When you are successful at
creating lag and holding those power angles, your feedback clip will stay
attached to the club. If you swing off plane, or release your wrists angles too
early, the clip will pop off, letting you know.
Q. What does the power gauge do?
A. The power gauge is what allows Golf's MVP Red Heat to adjust
as you learn, and what makes it perfect for golfers of all skill levels. When
you're just starting out, we suggest putting the power gauge in minimum mode
first. In this mode, the feedback clip is its most forgiving, and will not
disconnect. As you begin training, you'll want to adjust the power gauge, taking
it up by quarter turns as you progress in learning to keep the clip on your
club. In maximum mode, the power gauge is its most sensitive.
Q. What do you mean by power angles?
A. Power angles are the 90-degree angles created by your elbow
and wrists when you set at the top of your backswing. In physics, the strongest
angle is the 90-degree angle. And in golf, holding the 90-degree angles in your
trailing arm and in your wrists until the last possible moment in your downswing
delivers maximum force. And maximum force equals greater distance.