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Consistent practice with the Original SwingRite (used according to our product instructions) will increase your distance and accuracy. If for any reason you are unhappy with the product, please contact us.
1 Year Warranty on Parts:
We will fix or replace single parts or the whole unit depending on the problem. This does NOT cover damage caused by human error. Customer pays for shipping to us and we will pay for shipping back to the customer.
Over 1 year Warranty:
Customer is responsible for shipping costs both ways. We will give customer a quote for how much it would be to replace parts or fix unit.
Lifetime Warranty (available at time of purchase only):
Customer sends back unit and we fix it or replace it for free. This only covers normal wear and tear, does NOT cover misuse. Customer is responsible for shipping both ways.
Quality: The Original SwingRite is owned by a small-family-run company in Massachusetts. Each SwingRite is tested by us before it ships out. Please contact us with any questions, concerns, or comments. We want to hear from our customers.
"I have been playing golf for 43 years, most of those years off a low/mid single figure handicap. I first had my SwingRite about 40 years ago when I was a junior and have used it regularly since. Even after all those years I still find that my game benefits from using it as my swing trainer, it really keeps my swing smooth, my tempo more consistent and helps me prepare for my game before I get out on the course. I also use it through the winter months to keep my swing going (I am mostly a fair weather player!) and find playing easier when the season starts as my swing is not rusty after the lay off. I also take the SwingRite to the driving range or practice ground to aid my practice sessions. The beauty of the SwingRite is that it can be adjusted for all types of shots from a full drive to a short wedge. I find my perfect tempo for the shot I wish to play and using the SwingRite helps me repeat it regularly. I then use the same swing with my normal club and hit a few shots. If needed I go back to the SwingRite for a few more swings to re-establish the correct tempo and then hit a few more shots. It really helps my muscle memory. The SwingRite may have been developed about 50 years ago but to me it is still one of the best swing trainers on the market and I will continue to use it to keep my game in shape, and I fully recommend it to anybody who wants to improve their swing tempo."
"I enjoy using the SwingRite with my Women and Junior students. The SwingRite helps them develop speed at the proper time of impact."
"There are many training aids available in the golf world but there is only one that is good enough to be carried in our Pro Shop “ The SwingRite.”
"Just letting you know I'm a big "Fan" of the SwingRite. Been teaching with them since the 1980's. Yes, I'm that old! Probably my all - time favorite teaching aid. It really lets players experience that "Aha" moment without my having to go through a complicated, long - winded explanation. Keep up the good work and good luck with your products!"
"I think the SwingRite is a great training device, especially for people working on their timing and sequence of their golf swing."
"I have been using the SwingRite religiously (almost) since Pinehurst. I am hitting the ball better than I have in years. I almost know where it is going again. The SwingRite has really helped me feel the "down and through" at impact. I might get back to a scratch golfer again with a few more weeks of practice."
"SwingRite is the only teaching aid I have found that gives pupils a sense of timing and a feel of how the club should be freely released. The tension can be adjusted easily to suit any player’s swing speed. SwingRite is by far the best teaching aid I have used in over twenty years of teaching."
"Have been using the SwingRite daily and just love it!! The best thing I have used it for is to get you in the right position and train your body motion to release your swing!! I will be telling just about everyone I know who wants to improve their swing along with a couple of lessons on position improvements! Just love your product and best of luck this season!!"
"I can honestly say that my SwingRite continues to ensure that my iron play is a strong part of my game or, at least, not as weak a part of my game as it used to be! I am down to a 15 handicap (from 19), largely because I am hitting more greens in regulation. My driving, chipping and putting are all more consistent but my irons used to be my weakest link, and now, I am hitting more greens in regulation and even more often, I am able to get back into holes from long grass. Each and every time I am about to begin my round, I spend a few minutes with my SwingRite so as to get that feeling of hitting “down and through,” accelerating at the bottom of my swing so as to hear that familiar “click”! What is truly amazing to me is that when I do not spend these few minutes with my SwingRite before I tee-off so as to get my rhythm, my game suffers significantly as a result. I can only imagine how much better a golf I would be if I spent even more time with my SwingRite on my “off” days! I recommend the SwingRite to anyone and everyone who has trouble with their irons, especially with tempo!"
"The SwingRite has helped me to understand exactly what it feels like to make a proper golf swing. After practicing for 15 minutes a day for a week I increased my drive by 50 yards with much less effort and more importantly my slice simply disappeared! Thank you SwingRite for making Golf fun for me!"
"Consistency in ball striking and optimized distance results from a properly timed release of the ‘leverage angle’ during your Single Plane Swing. This angle formed between your arms and club shaft with the wrists is ideally released by trail arm extension through impact. Releasing the angle early or late will rob you of power and accuracy and is the primary cause of hitting fat or thin shots. Properly timing the release is the source of effortless power and consistently solid golf shots. Moe Norman hit over 1 million golf balls by the time he was 19 years old to ingrain this timing. Chances are good you don’t have the time to do that! That’s OK because we’ve found the next best thing and it is called the SwingRite. The SwingRite is designed to train the proper timing of the release. You will hear a click when the club head has released. The feedback is clear, precise and in real-time. This means you will know definitively if you did it right. When you know you are doing it right you will gain confidence that will transfer to your shots on the course. The SwingRite can be used anywhere, indoor and out, home, office, driving range or warm-up on the 1st tee. With the SwingRite you can get in 5 minutes of quality practice while you wait for your coffee to brew in the morning! If you keep one in your office, you can get in 3 minutes of quality practice between meetings! The SwingRite gives you the opportunity to ingrain ideal timing with convenience. Because the SwingRite makes it possible to practice your Single Plane Swing in a confined space (it is only 34.5” long) without actually striking a ball, you can place full concentration on the release sensation and timing without distraction. The SwingRite’s adjustability allows you to practice a full range of shots, from short game chip and pitch shots to full swing speeds up to 125 mph. To improve your game, practice everyday. With the SwingRite, you can do this year round, regardless of weather. Plus, using SwingRite provides the benefits of vigorous exercise. Swing till it “Clicks” and hit the ball more CONSISTENTLY and FARTHER!"
"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 its 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."
"Last weekend I played in the Wildwood open, in Crawfordville, Fl. I made a fatal mistake, I left my SwingRite at home, needless to say, I shot terrible (83/81). This weekend was our club championship (best ball), before each round I warmed up with the SwingRite(10 good swings). Although the first wasn't so good the second was, I shot (80/73)and won by one stroke."
"I started using the SwingRite with my students and the feedback has been amazing from players of all different levels. Not only has it helped them, it has greatly improved my tempo and speed at the bottom of my swing, where terminal velocity should be reached. This training aid gave me the confidence to trust my swing every day during the 2007 PGA TOUR Qualifying Tournament. I finished 14th in the First Stage and missed the cut in the Second Stage by 4 shots. This is something that I would not have done if it was not for the SwingRite!!! I will continue to use the Swing Rite for years to come."
"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 warm-up 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!!!
"The SwingRite has improved my handicap from a 12 to an 8. It has helped to improve on my swing speed, balance and most importantly tempo. The best part about this product is it trains you to snap it at the exact point of contact so you understand where you get maximum club power. I would definitely recommend this product to anyone who is looking to improve distance."
As the Director of Golf at American Lake Veterans Golf Course, I have been teaching and putting on clinics for the veterans and Wounded Warriors since 2001. Last fall one of the pros that helps in our clinics, Mark Mathews, gave us a donation from you of some of your SwingRite clubs, a value of over $600.00. I started working with them last winter when things were a little slower than the normal golfing season and found a great way to use your SwingRite with both women and men that are not swinging on plane or releasing the club head through impact. Many were older retired men and women that were not getting the distance they needed to enjoy the game.
Here is the way I used the SwingRite. I will try and make it short. First, they had to be swinging out of plane, which means they were not hitting very many straight shots and their distance was not as good as it could be based on age, shape, size, etc. I would put down a 5' 3/4" galvanize pipe with three marks in the center that are four inches apart. I have the SwingRite tightened down toward 3 so it would not click when they swung it. I would have them set up to the center mark in good posture with a good grip with the SwingRite about six inches away from the pipe. I would have them swing back while pointing the SwingRite at the pipe or an extension of the pipe until they were well into their back swing, then on the forward swing they were to make sure they were pointing the SwingRite through the impact area all the way to the end of the pipe. We would start slow and let them build up to their normal swing speed. When they felt they were swinging the club on plane, and many of them would start saying how good it felt, and they were finishing in a good balanced posture, I would take the SwingRite and move the setting up to 9. I would then make a slow smooth swing doing just what they had been doing, only this time the club would click. The "What was that?" was always the same. I would explain that if they released the club correctly through impact, the club would click at the correct place. I would make one or two more swings, each time loading the club so they could see, then hand them the club. Then the fun would really start. Many could not get the SwingRite to click even on the 9 setting with their normal arm speed, thus they began swinging their arms faster but staying on plane as they had before. Soon they would get a click. Some of them would stop and something like "Wow, I didn't know the golf swing had to feel like that." They would then keep swinging until they were clicking the SwingRite each time. For some, we would start to move the setting slowly toward 7, but many we ended that part of the lesson with the setting at 9. They would then take one of their own clubs (7-w) and hit some balls which were placed a few inches from the pipe They only had to point at the "invisible pipe" that ran through the ball to make their club click at the ball. I have had people who said they have had lessons for the past 20 years and have never had such success after just one lesson with the above routine. There are a few other things you have to watch for as they swing, getting them to let their forearm turn, not hitting with their hands, etc., but they seem to make those corrections much faster once they are swinging on plane. Thank you for a good teaching aid."
"I have been using the SwingRite training tool for the last 3-4 years. As a club fitter/club builder I want to determine as close as possible where the club is released during the swing. This is a pretty sure way to determine the point , whether video of the swing is used or not. The click is it."