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    Default Orange Whip???

    Have any of you guys tried this:

    Golf Swing Trainer, The Orange Whip Golf Trainer

    I don't get to play much any more and this thing keeps me pretty flexible and ready to go to the tee. It's very flexible and counter weighted. It is WAY better than a weighted club as it promotes lag.

    I don't have a horse in the game on this, just passing along something that seems to help.

    Cheers and Happy Turkey Day.

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    interesting...hope some members review it.

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    Very good to promote balance, proper pace or hand speed and flexibility.

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    anybody here use the whippy tempomaster? always thought those look really cool since you can actually hit balls with them. . .of course, they also look very difficult

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    he has the perfect last name for a teaching pro... Looks like a cool product though.
    Lefty Extraordinaire.

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    Default Nope.

    Anything with the sweetspot inline with the shaft is no good.
    All you have is your hand path, the force along that path, and torque about that path.


    That's your means for creating the proper D-Plane with the proper speed, for the desired shot.


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    Brian,

    Would you recommend buying one of those training clubs with the whippy shaft?

    If so, which one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Manzella View Post
    Anything with the sweetspot inline with the shaft is no good.
    Because it trains you to lag the shaft/hosel as opposed to lagging the sweet spot on a real club?

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    Default i've been wondering....

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Manzella View Post
    Anything with the sweetspot inline with the shaft is no good.
    since lagging the hosel is such a problem (i certainly fight it), why not design clubs with the sweetspot inline with the shaft?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hcw View Post
    since lagging the hosel is such a problem (i certainly fight it), why not design clubs with the sweetspot inline with the shaft?
    ask USGA and R&A (face balance putters are designed that way and that's all I can think)

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