The Orange Peel provides the perfect foundation so your stance naturally finds its center and balances your core
while simultaneously providing the flexibility to replicate a variety of golf course lie angles. for all of your swing training needs. Shipping $19.95 to most locations.
is the foundation of an efficient and athletic motion. Golfers who swing
in balance are more powerful and consistent than those out of balance.
Poor balance can lead to tension and manipulation of the golf club
during the swing.
The Orange Peel was designed to enhance the golf swing learning process
by altering static and dynamic balance positions. Similar to standing at
the bottom of a sphere, the Peel creates a slight inward pressure in the
feet and legs which helps stabilize and support the hips and core area
When swinging an Orange Whip or golf club within the Orange Peel it's
easier to stay in balance and thus an effective way to learn proper
rotary motion. Regular usage of the Orange Peel increases stability and
promotes better rhythm and tempo in the swing by helping your core
region maintain the center of gravity while in motion.
When you practice on the Orange Peel you will strengthen your legs and
core. This will create more flexibility of motion. You will be able to
pivot and rotate correctly on a level plane, adding consistency and
power to your golf swing motion. When the Orange Peel is used with the
Orange Whip Trainer, your entire body will achieve every benefit of a
correct golf swing motion. You will be able to strengthen all your
golf-specific muscles and train them to work as one explosive unit.
Concave shape engages your body into its natural stance
Recreates all golf course slope conditions
Promotes a rotational golf swing
Prevents lateral movement commonly known as "swaying"
Effective for adjusting your swing plane
Orange Peel Bottom View
Orange Peel Side View
Orange Peel Top View
Standard Training Position:
Feet should be placed shoulder width apart in
the center of the Orange Peel with the white line bisecting the middle
of both feet. Assume a comfortable, balanced starting position using an
Orange Whip or a golf club of your choice.
Swing Fault #1: Slice or Pulled Shot
(Outside to Inside path)
Set your feet forward so that your toes are
at the edge of the Peel. With toes raised your center of gravity moves
back and toward your heels. Your upper body and spine angle is raised to
a more upright position which in turn will naturally flatten the swing
Swing Fault #2: Hook or Blocked Shot
(Inside to Outside path)
Set your feet backwards so that your heels
are at the edge of the Peel. With heels raised your center of gravity
moves forward and toward your toes. Your upper body and spine angle is
lowered toward the ground to a flatter position, which in turn naturally
creates a more upright swing plane.
Swing Fault #3: Difficulty Releasing
Body into Finish
Set your feet so the right edge of the right
foot is at the right edge of the Peel, while the inside of the left foot
is at the edge of the inner circle. Make sure the white line bisects the
center of both feet in this position. Your center of gravity shifts
toward the left side with the majority of your weight resting on the
left foot. This position will help you fully release the club, your
weight and rotate through to the target.
Swing Fault #4: Difficulty with
Back-swing Full Turn
Set your feet so the left edge of the left
foot is at the far left edge of the Peel, while the inside of the right
foot is at the edge of the inner circle. Make sure the white line
bisects the center of both feet in this position. Your center of gravity
shifts toward the right side with the majority of weight resting on the
right foot. This position will help you achieve a full turn and the
proper "loading" of your weight and upper body during backswing,
promoting proper weight shift and rotation.
Caution: The edges of your feet should
never extend beyond the further most edges of the peel or the edges of
the inner circle.