Bobby Jones said “Rhythm and timing are the two things which we all must have, yet no one knows how to teach either.” The GOOD NEWS is that there is finally an answer to how to teach rhythm. To date, there has been an enormous focus on golf technique and rhythm and tempo has been an elusive concept. How to repeat great rhythm in your golf swing even more so. It’s simple – if you finish your backswing, you will have great rhythm. Most golfers are too quick and their bad shot comes from not finishing their backswing. When you finish your backswing your hands, body and club work in sync, resulting in a great swing.
The Swingclick straps to a golfer’s forearm and with a smooth backswing clicks at the top of the backswing, at impact and follow through. The click at the top of the backswing is the key. When you use the Swingclick for a drill, the click at the top of your backswing teaches golfers to feel the correct transition point and helps create the muscle memory of this transition point. It also helps create the patience needed in your transition, which gives your club head time to get back to square.
Irrespective of the length of your swing, or your golf technique, if you finish your backswing consistently, you are creating great rhythm. The golf swing aid can be twisted clockwise to set it for any length of swing. Players with shorter swings may twist the device two or three times. It offers golfers an affordable solution to practicing rhythm and transition, using all your clubs. You can use it on a driving range and on the golf course in a social round. It works for everyone, from Pro’s and middle handicap players who want a quick and easy way to find their rhythm before T-ing off to beginners who need to create great structure in their swings.