Tour Angle 144 Golf Training Aid

Tour Angle 144 Golf Trainer "I use the Tour Angle 144 almost every time I visit the driving range, It has helped my ball striking as it seems to position me at the correct distance from the ball no matter which club I am swinging." What golfers and golf teachers have said about the Tour Angle 144… "As a PGA professional I believe this training device allows the student to work on their own with this aid, with little to no instruction from the golf pro." – Mark Moretti, (PGA Professional) "I love the TourAngle144. I have incorporated it into my warm-up routine. I find that it helps build proper tempo, something everyone needs. I also like to use it when I practice my chipping. I keep it permanently in my golf bag." – Peter Kuchar (Father of PGA Tour Player, Matt Kuchar) "By far the best and most simple training aid on the market. Fab for short game also. Great DVD enclosed." – Larry Mowry, 1989 Senior PGA Championship Winner "The Tour Angle 144 eliminates so much of the unnecessary movements of the hands and wrists that even good players make." – Joe Hallett (2011 Golf Magazine Top 100 Instructor) "I have been around golf for many years as a caddie, working in pro shops, and I played golf competitively in college. Even after all my experience, The Tour Angle 144 has had a dramatic positive impact on my ball striking and posture! The video is hands down one of the best teaching videos for golfers of all handicap levels!" James King M.D. "I use the Tour Angle 144 almost every time I visit the driving range, It has helped my ball striking as it seems to position me at the correct distance from the ball no matter which club I am swinging." "I actually like that this apparatus doesn’t latch or fit onto a golf club grip (I found the SWINGYDE annoying to use because it just took too much time to unscrew and rescrew the parts whenever I wanted to change clubs)." " I love having my students use the Tour Angle 144 Trainer because it puts them into a perfect setup with their wrist in a correct position, the club proper distance away from the ball, and a great posture all at the same time. I would recommend the Tour Angle 144 Trainer to any golfer." "Actually the Tour Angle 144 is best for little no-wrist chip shots. – This product gave me instant feedback for several swing faults/issues: 1) Standing too tall at address. The apparatus encourages you to take a more bent over posture at address as it "shows" you the correct angle between the shaft and your forearm. 2) Taking the club too far outside on the takeaway. The correct address position promotes a low one piece takeaway. One of things I struggle with is a high takeaway where my hands take the club far outside. Maintaining the correct angle between the shaft and forearm forces you to take the club back more on plane. 3) Coming down too steep in the downswing. I’ve been trying to shallow out my swing forever. I found that the correct takeaway is key as it puts the club in the correct position needed to come down on plane. " "I bought mine for 29.00 and it stopped me from flipping my wrist and I am now hitting the ball like I always tried to do but couldn’t. It actually opened up my image of the proper moves which I could never do because of the flipping I am now stroking the ball. thank you" "The product also gives great feedback for casting. Overall, this is a clever product which could really help someone who has setup and takeaway issues." “It automatically promotes perfect posture, a unified take-a-way and teaches you to hold a powerful angle until impact with every club in your bag. And it will firmly alert you if you ‘cast’ the club. Practice chipping with it and your chipping woes will finally disappear.”

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