The SwingWing as an Impact Ball?
Yep, it works exactly the same way. Position the SwingWing between your forearms, and swing with confidence as your elbows maintain proper symmetry with your torso. The SwingWing can be deflated just the right amount to fit any golfer, no need to buy 2 or more Impact Balls.
- Promote proper arm position and body rotation
- Syncing the the elbows with the torso for solid mechanics
- Stabilize the wrists for controlled chipping and putting
- Can also be used between the knees to maintain a solid base
The SwingWing at the range
The SwingWing is very useful at the range, think of it as an inflatable tool for use at every practice session. After warming-up and tuning your swing with the SwingWing on your driver, use it for:
- Keeping your grips clean and dry
- As an alignment tool, with or without an alignment stick with you
- A great guide to help you swing from the inside
- An effective solution for flat "hook" swings
Just be sure not to place the SwingWing too close to your ball, as it is not meant to be struck by the club or shaft... the SwingWing will puncture if you hit it and will void the warranty.
In summary, use the SwingWing in these 7 ways
1. As an incredible wind-resistance swing trainer to add distance to your game
2. As the fastest way to warm-up on the 1st tee, replacing your swing weight
3. Just like an Impact Ball, between your arms for synchronization, chipping and putting
4. As a tool to involve your legs and torso in the swing, and to add stability to your game
5. As a prop for your clubs at the range or at a damp course
6. As an alignment tool, and to help visualize and perfect the proper swing plane - but be sure not to hit the SwingWing, it will puncture and void the warranty!
7. Finally, as a head rest on your next golf trip... this is the use that will really seal the deal!