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The Right Angle 2 shows you how to set your wrists and hinge the elbow by forming a 90-degree angle, positioning your arm correctly at the top of the swing and dropping it into the slot at the start of your downswing. Also for use by left-handed golfers
The Right Angle golf training aid to feel the proper
position of the right arm when you swing. This golf swing
trainer develops the width and extension you need for a
compact, yet powerful on-plane swing.
Right Angle golf
swing trainers are made a of a lightweight, durable plastic frame
and covered with rubber padding. The training aid fits comfortably
and easily over the elbow of right- or left-handed golfers.
This is an
extremely effective golf training aid for the short game,
as well. It
teaches you to have the club, arms and shoulders working together
in a one-piece pendulum motion, producing solid, consistent chips,
pitches and even putts. It also works well in bunkers.
The Right Angle shows you how
to set your wrists and hinge the elbow by forming a 90-degree
angle, positioning your arm correctly at the top of the golf swing and
"dropping it into the slot" at the start of your downswing - one
of the keys to distance and accuracy. It also encourages proper
release through impact and a full extension.
Right Angle golf training aids offer tactile as well as
auditory feedback. The "clicker", which can be removed
for more advanced practice, clicks at specific points in the
backswing and downswing.
When you first begin using the Right Angle, we recommend that you use
the clicker, as the audible feedback reinforces the correct muscle
memory. The Right Angle will click at specific points in the
backswing and downswing .
When you hear a click too early or too late, it indicates a
breakdown in correct swing mechanics.
The Right Angle golf training aid works just as well for left-handed
Angle Practice Drill:
It is recommend that you work with The
Right Angle golf training aid regularly in order to
develop the correct, on-plane swing.
While wearing the Right
Angle, swing a five-iron twenty times a day, three to four times
a week, to eliminate your slice and develop a slight draw.
When hitting golf balls
while wearing The Right Angle, start with your short irons. You
should focus on developing a smooth rhythm and one-piece
Once you've hit with your
short irons, proceed to the middle and long irons, then finish
with your woods. Again, focus on a smooth rhythm and one-piece
takeaway. If you hear The Right Angle click early in the
backswing (before the 8 o'clock position), it means you've bent
your right arm too soon and lifted the golf club .
The Right Angle golf swing
trainer will help you get used to "dropping it into the
slot," so your golf swing is compact yet produces a wider arc.
You'll start to hear the clicker from the 8:00 position in your
backswing until just before impact, when your right arm should
return to a straight position.
The Right Angle does not allow
your right arm to "break down" during the backswing, which makes it
useful when practicing your chipping and putting.