Finally! A golf training aid that focuses on the most important aspects of the golf swing: tempo, swing speed and hand release! The SwingRite has sold over 1 million units since 1960. YES, 1960… 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.
The SwingRite golf swing trainer is also the best indoor golf training aid. It 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.
Wrist hinge, also called “lag” is very important in the golf swing. Your wrist joints are among some of the fastest in your body. Hinge your wrists on the backswing, then unhinge them at the correct spot on the downswing, and your clubhead speed will explode. It’s all about timing. Try to get the fastest part of the downswing to occur near the bottom of the swing arc. If you release the club too early or too late, you are robbing yourself of speed.
This is what SwingRite helps you get right, by helping you unhinge your wrists at the bottom of the swing, creating a correct release and excellent clubhead speed, which results in maximum distance.
*Learn to keep your head behind the ball
*Learn the proper release point
*Work on increasing your clubhead speed (if you want)
*Work on tempo
*Save money on lessons and new clubs, let the SwingRite adjust your game
*Let the SwingRite show you where your swing needs work
Watch as SwingRite's President, Kate Whitney, give a demo of how to properly use the SwingRite training aid
Anyone. Men, women or all ages and abilities. The SwingRite has 9 power settings and is adjustable so golfers with different clubhead speeds and abilities can use it.
Anywhere. The SwingRite is not only the best golf training aid it is also the best indoor golf training aid! It's great to keep your swing grooved indoors during inclement weather, use to warm up before a round, or to just practice with at the range. You do not hit balls with the SwingRite, so it can basically be used anywhere you have enough space to swing a club.
Yes. The SwingRite is the best indoor golf training aid! It's great to keep your swing grooved indoors during inclement weather. You do not hit balls with the SwingRite, so it can basically be used anywhere you have enough space to swing a club.
The more you can swing your SwingRite and get the "click" to happen at the bottom of the swing, the better. We recommend trying to swing your SwingRite at least 10x each day for maximum improvement. It's a great way to not only keep your swing grooved, but keep your golf muscles loose!
Regular SwingRite: Length: 34 1/4″ Weight: 17 ounces
“How are you doing? I want to thank you again for the SwingRite. Since the PGA show when you met me I was in a cast from my 2nd Surgery on my left foot I had plenty of time to use your SwingRite. Since I wasn’t able to get out to a course I would keep it in the house and do some swings to work on timing. As I have gotten better I still use it in my bag as my warm up aid when I go to the course. I bring it out to our adaptive golf clinics for other Soldiers to try, mainly the new ones so they can understand the wrist hinge and swing techniques. I’ve also gotten several vision impaired golfers who use it to work on their timing because the start to learn muscle memory from using your SwingRite and then they can go hit golf balls with better results. In fact I keep the SwingRite in my house right next to my practice putting area. I use it and my putter to practice indoors.
I was invited to the Navistar LPGA Classic this week as the Wounded Warrior Project is the Charity of choice and I have been so involved in teaching Warriors Golf, myself and Mr. Nevins on the the EVP did a Golf Channel bit with one of the players, so I had the SwingRite in my bag as a warm up tool. I can tell you for a rehab tool I think it really helped me understand the wrist “whip” at the bottom of my swing. I know the other Soldiers that use it are able to understand where the power comes from in a swing. I think for people like us just learning the game and trying to improve it does a great job because it teaches you the TIMING you need to make a good swing. Even with my medical boot on I was able to learn how to make good swings that produced great results. I had a great week at the Navistar Classic. One thing that is nice with the SwingRite is I was able to get practice swings out of the way while waiting for a spot on the range to open up. Really helps get the timing down before you go and hit the first ball. No Worm Burners! If there is anything else I can ever do to help you and Swing Rite get the word out more please let me know, All of the Wounded Warriors at the Navistar Classic used it and we all loved it.”
"My name is John Hogan and I would like to comment on the SwingRite. I have used the SwingRite for about 4 months now and would like to say it is the best golf swing aid I have ever used. I have an Orange Whip and it is good but not as good as the SwingRite. The SwingRite gives you immediate feedback when you swing it correctly. I must add, any swing aid you use will not work if you do not use it often. It will not do much good if you buy one and just swing it a few times and expect it to cure your swing flaws. Be sure to work with it often, swing it 20 or 30 times several times a day and you will definately see an improvement in your ball striking. Remember, it is not how hard you swing but how correctly you swing. Ease up and swing the SwingRite in comfort and you will be supprised at how much more enjoyment you will get out of golf."