Trying to self-correct your swing without a coach is a futile effort at best. There’s a news training device that might be able to help. The SwingPerfect is a revolutionary new golf swing trainer that helps you set the perfect swing path into your muscle memory. SwingPerfect analyzes swing plane and club face rotation simultaneously on your clubs.
The device is simple. With SwingPerfect, you will be able to align your swing to the perfect swing plane at all times. If you move beyond the perfect plane or rotate the club face improperly, you will feel vibration in the grip – just enough to alert you to adjust and correct what you are doing. Once the correct adjustments have been made, the vibration disappears.
As you swing, SwingPerfect uses advanced micro-circuitry, a miniature swing analyzer gyroscope, and a unique four-position switch to help align your swing. On the company web site, The Golf Channel’s Martin Hall goes through a 30-minute video explaining the nuances of SwingPerfect. “This is a device that I affectionately call the ‘pro in your pocket,’” says Martin.
The SwingPerfect trainer attaches to your club, allowing you to hit balls for best muscle memory while vibration feedback alerts you to adjustments needing made in swing, club face positions, and swing tempo. At 2.3 ounces, it’s lightweight and compact. And, it works for right or left-handed golfers. As long as the club shaft is the standard ½ inch width, the SwingPerfect can be used on every club in your bag, except the putter. You can use it indoors, at the driving range, and even the golf course.
The SwingPerfect uses a single “N” cell battery, which is included. “N” cell battery life typically last for about a year, and replacements can be found at any drug or hardware store.
The SwingPerfect retails for $59.95 and includes the trainer, two safety straps, one battery, and the personal training video with Martin Hall. Visit the web site for more details. www.swingperfect.com.
Rick Stedman is an avid golfer, RVer, and writer who lives in Olympia, Washington. Rick writes a golf column, “The RV Golfer,” which is published every month in rvlife.com. He can be reached at email@example.com.