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SwingRite

SwingRite

A difficult thing for players to understand is the sequencing involved to produce maximum speed and power at impact. SwingRite measures a golfers' power and lets them adjust the timing of their clubhead release. A classic teaching tool since the 1960's.

 

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The SwingRite has sold over 1 million units since 1960. YES, 1960...that would be 48 years and still going strong. If that isn't a testimonial in itself, what is? Try one today and see why this amazing training aid has stood the test of time.

Over the years this great product has gone by several names. Originally produced as the SwingRite in the 60's, patented as the Snapper in the early 80's, and independently produced as the Impact Builder, the design and function of the SwingRite are tried and true.

One of the hardest things for a teaching pro is getting their students to understand the sequencing involved to produce maximum speed and power at impact. The SwingRite teaches players this automatically with a ring that snaps when a certain speed is attained.

The speed at the SwingRite's easiest setting of "9" roughly correlates to a 60 mph speed with a 45", and the highest setting of "1" is the equivalent of swinging 110 mph with a 45" driver.

The key to more speed is getting the SwingRite to snap at impact using the lowest number possible. Ideally, you should get a baseline on your swing speed using a radar device like the SwingSpeed RADAR, so you have something to check your progress against. It is not surprising to see speed gains of 5-10 mph within 5 minutes of use.

Another, simpler way to gauge your progress is to take a few swings when you first get your SwingRite at setting of 2 or 3. If you don't get it to snap right away, back it down to a 4 or 5. If you're like most players, you'll find you probably have to start at around 7 to get the feel of when to release the club. After a swing or two at 7, turn the dial to 6 and swing again. You'll probably be able to get back to 4 or 5 in the first few minutes you use the SwingRite, therefore indicating your swing speed is now faster.

Most interestingly, players learn that with less effort, but better swing mechanics they can snap a 5 with less effort than it took to snap a 7 when they first started. The SwingRite may be used right or left-handed an is an ideal swing trainer for warm-up or to keep your swing tuned year-round.

The SwingRite golf swing trainer can be swung indoors, or out. It's ideal for when there is no time to get out on the course or when the weather is bad. Since it can be used anywhere, at any moment, it provides a quick and easy way to reinforce muscle memory, a necessary aspect of improving and perfecting your golf swing.

Because it is adjustable to swing speeds between 55 mph and 125 mph you can practice all types of swings from full swing to chip. And as any golfer knows, the only real way to improve at golf is to understand the basic principles of the swing and work on them.

INSTRUCTIONS

The purpose of the SWINGRITE is to feel when the club head has released. A proper release ensures consistent shot-making, both in distance and accuracy.
  • Set-up as you normally would set-up with a seven iron, making sure SwingRite is at least 6 to 8 inches off the floor.
  • Now take your normal swing.
  • Did it "CLICK" ?
  • If Swing Rite is swung properly it will click at the bottom of the swing or no more than 12 inches past impact.
  • If swung improperly it will click before the ball, showing you have cast the club, or if it clicks after the ball you have moved your head in front of the imaginary ball position. Remember always keep your head behind the ball.
  • If it doesn't "CLICK" at all, then you will need to make one or possibly several adjustments to your swing before it will "CLICK".
  • Start at the highest setting 9, and work your way down towards the number 1 position turning the chrome head 1/2 turn at a time until you feel comfortable swinging SwingRite and making it "CLICK" at the proper position. When you reach your desired position and can swing comfortably, that's it, you're ready to perfect your swing.

Do's

Set chrome head at #9

Pull the sliding ring beyond the triggers toward the grip end as far as it will go.

Grip the SwingRite firmly in both hands in a normal manner.

Take your regular golf stance and swing, keeping the club head 6 - 8 inches above the floor.

Keep clear of other people, pets, and obstacles.

Try to click the club at your imagined point of impact.

Practice slowly without strain. To obtain power and distance, rotate the head toward the lower numbers, a half turn at a time.

SwingRite can be used to simulate approach shots and chip shots. To simulate an approach shot : turn chrome head below #9 setting, so that approximately 1/4 inch of thread shows. With a half swing you can practice an approach shot. To simulate a chip shot: Pull sliding ring to cover the triggers, this allows ring to release easily.

Dont's

Never start practice with the club set in the low numbers. Start at #9 and work slowly to lower numbers.

Never grip club too loosely or try to over swing. Hold the club firmly and swing easily.

Don't swing in the direction of people, pets, or other obstacles.

Don't ground the club - Never hit the club head on the floor of ground.

When practicing approach shots or chip shots with club head at lower than #9 setting - Don't use full powered swing - Practice with a 1/2 swing.

The numbers on Swing Rite do not correspond to the numbers on a regular set of clubs. They designate the tension on the inner mechanism. Setting 9 (nine) is the easiest and setting 1 (one) is the hardest.

Testimonials

Geoff Bryant, President
United States Golf Teachers Federation

"In my opinion, every golf teaching professional should be utilizing the SwingRite training aid. Not only does it help students to understand the proper release in the golf swing but it's also fun to use."

Jeff Coston
Jeff Coston Golf Academy, PGA and Nationwide Tour

"I enjoy using the SwingRite with my Women and Junior students. The SwingRite helps them develop speed at the proper time of impact."

Bobby Cole- Lead Master Instructor
Jim McLean Golf School, Lifetime Member, PGA Tour

"I think the SwingRite is a great training device, especially for people working on their timing and sequence of their golf golf swing."

Justin Sheehan - Assistant Director of Instruction
Caves Valley Golf Club, Maryland

"The SwingRite is a great teaching tool for a few reasons. First off, it audibly shows the student when he/she releases the club. Secondly, the weight of the
SwingRite is a great tool for training muscle memory and helps players use their larger muscles. Lastly, the SwingRite'sability to adjust the level at which the release clicks helps players swing harder and gain clubhead speed without focusing on hitting a golf ball. Instead the student swings freely."

William Greenleaf- PGA Master Professional
Director of Instruction, The Dunes at Maui Lani, Hawaii

"I used the original SwingRite as my first and only training device when I was in High School in the mid 1960's. I still have the original model! I found that it was being produced again and have included SwingRite as the foundation of my teaching practice.

Without SwingRite, my link to a student is limited to words and pictures. SwingRite provides a dimension of sound that the student creates (or not), feels and hears. I can coach the student with questions about their effort, when they felt speed in their swing, and when they heard the 'click' of the SwingRite. From their feedback, I can coach them to fine tune their release without telling them how to release or with what intensity.

I find that most golfers are in a state of struggle - struggle by it's nature includes excess effort, frustration, fear and other unhealthy aspects of life. I use SwingRite on #9 setting and teach the student to use the least effort possible to 'click' the club. They are amazed at how far their shots fly when they use similar effort to hit a ball. The SwingRite product is the only tool to date that gives me the opportunity to truly help students feel what it's like to use minimal force to achieve maximal results. An additional benefit of using SwingRite as a teaching tool happens when the student becomes focused on the feel of minimal effort to 'click' the SwingRite - struggle goes away and is replaced by the fun of exploring the feel of the swing.

What a great tool - I would not want to teach without it."

Andy Wills- USGTF Certified Instructor, Lynn, MA
The swingrite is an excellent tool for all golfers, from beginners to pros. I first saw the swingrite at a recent tournament. Always the skeptic, I had to try it. After several swings, I immediately felt I had better tempo and gained more distance off the tee. It helped me come back the next day and shoot a 69. Not bad for a 4 handicap and my 12th round of the year. I keep it in my bag now and use it as my warmup tool. It gets me as loose as I need before the first swing of the day. Also, being from New England, the golf season is never as long as we'd like it to be. That's where the SwingRite can be another major aspect of off season training. My swing is all about tempo and now that I can keep that tempo programmed into my muscle memory all winter, I will be in mid-season form before the snow even melts!!!

 


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