The PGA Pros know what works, you should too!
Resistance training works, it promotes proper tempo, lag, sequencing, and a full body turn. Check out why the guys who earn their living playing golf use resistance training in their routines... surf our site, you can't go wrong!
SwingWing is named best practice-aid at PGA Show!!
According to Marcus Edblad, the SwingWing is the most effective and affordable trainer on the market today, and the #1 training product at this years show. Who is Marcus Edblad you ask? Only the Swedish Long Drive Record Holder - 432 Meters (oh, about 475 yards) - and 25 times top-10 on European Longdrive Tour. HE'S AN ANIMAL!!! Try the SwingWing, be like Marcus.
Here is an unsolicited e-mail we recieved a few days ago, check it out:
"...I want to wish you great success with the Swing Wing.
My name is Steve Griffith. I am a former world long drive champion. In 2005 in won the Remax Super Senior championship in Mesquite, Nevada. The super seniors are competitors over 55 years old. I sill compete but have now aged into the Legends age group. In fact last year I finished 2nd. So I guess what I am saying is I know a little bit about hitting the ball hard with a driver. I think your product is the best I have ever seen for that purpose..."
Take a peak, see what others have to say about the SwingWing:
From Tom G. of Michigan: "Purchased my Swing unit at the Novi Exposition on 3/4/2012. Practiced with it late that nite and could not believe the benefits in my swing speed when the unit was removed. I am excited about taking it with me to the golf course very soon. I am so glad I paused at your area and asked what are you were swinging with. The demo video is also very helpful. I wish you much success!"
Here is a nice review from Jason Dransfield, a professional golfer in England (never met Jason, but sent him a sample to test out):
And another from a golf site called The Hacker's Paradise:
Here is one from Yahoo Golf:
Here is how Today's Golfer in the UK judged the SwingWing - (pasted from a PDF, we'll add link when it becomes available):
A three-in-one swing device
The SwingWing is an inﬂatable swing trainer
that provides wind resistance to develop a
stronger, faster swing. The patented design
creates just the right amount of resistance.
The makers claim this training aid helps
improve a golfer’s tempo, lag, sequencing,
and body turn, resulting in increased distance
off the tee. It can be used at home, on the
range or when warming-up before play.
The SwingWing is lightweight, easy to inﬂate
and use, as well as being simple to deﬂate,
pack and carry. It’s made of ﬂocked vinyl
and doesn’t clamp onto the shaft, so it won’t
scratch them. It can be used on any club.
After use, the SwingWing can be attached
to a towel hook or deﬂated and stored in
your bag. It also doubles as an Impact Ball,
which can be placed between your forearms
to promote syncronisation between the arms
and body during the swing and eliminate
undesirable wrist action
during chipping and putting.
Placing the SwingWing
between your knees during
the swing helps isolate the
core and builds resistance
between the upper and
lower half for added power.
TODAY's GOLFER Verdict:
aspect of the SwingWing really
gives it the value for money
many are after. An impact ball
alone will cost you more than
RRP: £23.95 available from
Inflate the SwingWing by
blowing in the rubber tube
like you would a beach ball.
Then simply slide it onto the
shaft and position near the
head. When warming up,
swing the club 15 to 20
times, raising the amount of
effort with each swing.