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This video will be reviewing the Swingyde golf swing trainer and I’ll talk about whether or not it’s worth picking up. Share this video:
I’ve been seeing these devices pretty much everywhere I go so I finally had to give in and try them out for myself.
All it is is a little piece of plastic that attaches to your club and is supposed to help with wrist movement and having the right amount of lag in your swing.
The price seemed a little high for a tiny piece of plastic ($30) but if it works it’ll make everything alright.
How does it work?
All you have to do is attach it to your grip (put it as close to your index finger as you can) and make sure it’s in line with the bottom groove on your face.
They also have an instructional DVD that comes with it that’ll show you exactly how to set it up.
When you take a swing the other end will cup your forearm when you’re in the right position and that will make sure you’re swinging on the right line.
Is the Swingyde worth picking up? It’s a pretty simple tool that’s not very expensive and does the job it was made to do. It’ll work on your wrist movement, tempo, and improve your lag. It’s improved my game but if you’re looking for a trainer that will work on more areas of your swing then there’s the IMPACT SNAP trainer.
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