SwingRite is a family owned and operated company from just outside Boston, Massachusetts. The company was purchased from the previous owner in 1996 by Charles Whitney. In 2007, Charles’ daughter, Kate, joined the team and now heads the company as President.
SwingRite’s mission is to help golfers of all levels improve their swing, lower their handicap, and increase their enjoyment of the wonderful game of golf. Our training aids are designed on a premise that the pros know well: Maximum power and distance are achieved when the clubhead is released with proper timing–at the “bottom” of the swing.
SwingRite products measure a golfers’ power and let them adjust the timing of their clubhead release–to guarantee a perfect swing.
A SwingRite training program echoes another credo the pros know well: Practice makes perfect. We believe that consistent practice with SwingRite training aids will ensure that a golfer of any level, any age, male or female, will increase their distance and accuracy and be happier with their game. We stand behind our products, unconditionally.
We at SwingRite strive to not only make better golfers, but also to give back. We have donated SwingRites to multiple organizations such as school fundraisers, golf instruction for wounded veterans, and silent auction items for charity tournaments. We also proudly support our Veterans, animal rescue and local animal shelters.
"The SwingRite is the best thing since sliced bread here in Myrtle Beach! "
"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 SwngRite is a great tool for training muscle memory and helps players use their larger muscles. Lastly, the SwingRite's ability to adjust the level at which the release clicks helps players swing harder and gain club head speed without focusing on hitting a golf ball. Instead the student swings freely."
“I have been a teaching professional for many years, and I have worked with nearly all teaching aids available on the market. The SwingRite proved to be one the most effective because what it offers that is so different from the other training aids is the instant feedback. It helps my students to understand the proper release of the club, they can listen to the release as it happens. I strongly recommend it to all levels of golfers, no matter if you are a beginner or a scratch, I am sure you can only benefit from using the SwingRite.”
"I think the SwingRite is a valuable teaching aid, anytime you can take a complex idea and make it simplistic is success in teaching, that's why I value it...it’s immediate feedback and the quicker feedback that a student gets the more effective the training aid and the more effective their success is."
"After several swings I knew this swing trainer was the real deal. It felt like I was swinging a real golf club. I could immediately feel that I was going to quickly develop that magical effortless power everyone is looking for by improving the timing of my release through the impact zone. Well, one week later after all the rain we've been getting in Northern California I went to the driving range and found that I had picked up an additional 5+ yards with my irons. My PW which I usually hit 115-120 yards was flying 125 yards (with driving range balls). This only after swinging the SwingRite at the number 9 setting. I would encourage anybody interested in improving their golf swing and looking for more distance to buy the SwingRite. Anyone looking for a quality piece of equipment that will help them strengthen their wrists and forearms and develop that powerful release through the impact zone should buy this!!! The SwingRite will help you develop a better swing faster so that you can spend more time on the course rather than on the practice range. As you can tell I am really liking my SwingRite trainer!"
"I'm about 6'1 195 lbs and had been driving the ball an average of about 240-250yds. After evaluating many of the swing-training clubs on the market today, I decided on the SwingRite-great decision! The SwingRite taught me how to put that extra "whip" into my hands and I now AVERAGE 270-280 yards off the tee. I recently played in 4-man scramble in position #3. With the wind, I hit my longest drive ever at 330 yards! And just two holes later, now going directly against the wind, I cracked it 270yards! Both times our #4 guy declined to even hit exclaiming, "there's no way I can do any better than that." I obviously HIGHLY RECOMMEND the SwingRite!!"
"Sadly (for my golf game) I've spent more time designing golf courses than working on my game; due solely to inactivity my handicap has gone from a nine to near eighteen. However, I have definitely benefited form using the SwingRite trainer when practicing at home-and on the practice range or in the parking lot of a golf club that doesn't have a practice facility. My natural fault is to not complete the turn of my hips on my follow through, especially if I am nervous or tired. When using the SwingRite, I've noticed that if I do nothing but bring my belly and hips through completely (and quickly) I can make it "click". Then I notice that if I do that same thing on the golf course I hit the ball (at worst) somewhere in the fairway. Incidentally (to me), let me suggest that I do hit the ball twenty yards further off the tee if I am using a swing on the golf course that would "click" on the practice range. Regardless of a golfer's natural fault, if a person can make the SwingRite "click" with consistency he or she will be developing a swing that will produce (at worst) a satisfactory result. I am using the original SwingRite; while the new SwingRite looks more like a golf club, I like the original SwingRite better. I think most serious golfers care little about the look of their "swing trainer", they just want it to benefit their swing. On occasion I use a weighted training club, made by another well-known manufacturer, to warm up or strengthen my arm and back muscles (as I seem to be too busy for free weights or the gym). However, for me that club only loosens me up or strengthens me - while use of the SwingRite trainer actually allows me to improve (and "groove") my swing. My golf pro suggested that if I only use one training device it should be the original SwingRite trainer. I purchased the SwingRite on his recommendation, and agree with him wholeheartedly."
"Well I have hit the ball better since working with the SwingRite than I have in quite a while, I am hitting the ball with power, again, and that is fantastic I have also regained the distance I lost over the past year, It's almost like the fountain of youth or an anti-aging device. Of course I will have to keep up the work to keep the improvements, but when you're striking the ball like I am now it's easy work and fun work."
"I have been searching for a swing trainer on the internet. I just found yours through the search engines. I feel that the timing is what I need to work on most. After deciding on your product, I checked around about it. It is the only swing trainer that never seems to be available on eBay! People must like them. I thought about the Speed Stick, but what good is getting higher speeds if it is at the wrong point in the swing arc? The SwingRite fixed my release in the first week! Now I can spend my time focusing on other aspects of my swing without worrying about the tempo, like hitting a draw or fade. It's helped a lot!"
"I found the SwingRite training aid to be a great addition to my driving range warm up and practice regime. The ability to hear the click as I practiced my swing was very beneficial to swing pace and weight distribution. I was swinging with more tempo and more power, which allowed me to increase my accuracy and distance. I would say that after several sessions with the SwingRite, I was able to feel where my body was in relationship to the club and the ball. The best feature of the SwingRite was the ability to adjust the SwingRite to the proper release point. Several people at the range found the SwingRite to be a 'great addition to their practice routine.' Two of my playing partners wanted to get one for themselves."
"Kate, I wanted to drop you a note to let you know how much we appreciate the SwingRite for our golfers. As you know I've been using it for several years now and it helps every golfer I fit or give lessons to. It's such a great tool for explaining what "release" is and there is no better training tool I've found. No matter what the weather is like any golfer can tune up and keep their swing in shape. The value added is dealing with you and Charlie. Y'all are great and make doing business a pleasure."
"SwingRite Truly a Great Training Tool: The SwingRite Training Aid is the Most used Training Aid in our arsenal. The SwingRite allows the golfer to loosen up before hitting balls, it allows the clubfitter to determine release point during the swing, and the SwingRite ingrains the proper timing and release when used as a practice aid. We are confident when a golfer leaves our facility with the SwingRite, that they can repeatedly get positive results every time they use it. Spargo Golf recommends the SwingRite Training Aid to every customer who wants to see measurable and dramatic improvement in the golf swing.