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The Story Behind Impact Snap!

The Story Behind Impact Snap!

The Key to consistency is the impact position.  Too many golfers flip, roll or cast their hands, breaking the wrists down through impact.

The Impact Snap training aid has a very unique story behind it. Kelvin Miyahira, the man who started it all! A teacher, trainer and inventor for over 25 years, Kelvin has learned from and taught some of the best minds in the world. He is considered to be the world’s leading anatomical researcher of the golf swing. He has a thorough understanding of the human body and analyzes the golf swing from a qualitative biomechanical perspective. Kelvin has been teaching golf for nearly 30 years, and his exhaustive knowledge, combined with his keen ability to teach complex movements using simple language, have resulted in astounding improvements in his students’ swings.

Meet Marty Nowicki, a golf instructor since 1993, a 4-time PGA Teacher of the Year, has worked with, under or hosted 12 of the Top 100 golf instructors in the world.  Has learned a lot through the years from Kelvin Miyahira about the physiology of the micro moves of the full golf swing. Another fact about Marty is that he’s also PGA specialty certified in coaching and teaching. He also teaches full time at the Turning Stone Resort and Casino in Upstate N.Y. and has been nominated for the 2016 PGA National Teacher of the Year, which is a big honor!

The Impact Snap golf training aid truly trains the wrists how to operate.  For instructors, it saves thousands of words and saves students a lot of time in learning how to use the wrists in a golf swing.  Use the Impact Snap for chipping, pitching and full swing.

As Ben Hogan wrote, “using the wrist and arms properly is a must if you want to play great golf.” Once you’ve got the proper grip and pressure in place on the ImpactSnap’s specially designed flat grip and take the address position, the attached ball will be positioned below the lead forearm; by slowly moving the ball so it touches the inside part of the trailing forearm, the wrist will accomplish all three moves. Be sure to order yours at 

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