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Top 3 Settings:
The Straight setting out of the top port will eliminate holding an alignment stick on the end of your club. You can use the long or short rod depending on whether you’re short, tall, or anywhere in between. This setting can be used for chipping, pitching and hitting full shots. Here’s how it works: At address, the Red ball points away from your body towards the target.
If you make a swing and the ball or rod doesn’t touch you then this is positive feedback that you want to repeat. The feedback is instant and effective.
You will feel the touch of the training rod and visually see the bend if it contacts the body. If the ball or rod touches your body this is negative feedback.
“Hanger Setting “
The Hanger Setting will provide instant feedback for a square club face with a lag element that will train proper wrist hinge and downswing lag. The adjustable training rods allows for personal setting based on strength of grip. This Hanger setting is the best setting for your full swing, but can be used for chipping and pitching as well, by simply adjusting the lag element bend to control length of swing for pitch shots to help distance control with wedges. In chipping the leg element bend will be directly over the lead forearm eliminating excess wrist movements resulting in more consistent chips.
On the Takeaway create contact to the training rod on the inside of your lead forearm. The lag bend will be makes contact to the top of lead forearm providing feedback for correct wrist action.
No contact of the training rod to the inside of the lead are will provide feedback that the club face is open. No contact or loss of contact to the lag bend will provide negative feedback resulting in casting and loss of power.
This setting is perfect for training all aspects of your game. Attach the medium rod in the top port and bend toward the shaft(this will put the rod between your forearms at address).
BUMP & RUN: This shot can be played with multiple club for different amounts of roll. This is a shot that we want to see a consistent amount of roll depending on the club.
Start by press the handle forward creating contact to the inside of the lead forearm and maintain touch for a Bump and Run Chip.
No contact to the training rod or contact to the trail forearm provides feedback that the club is flipping at impact causing very inconsistent chips
NEUTRAL SHAFT: This shot will result in more air time and less roll. This is a great shot for short sided chips and situations with less green to work with.
The training rod starts and stays in between the forearm making NO contact to either forearm this will result in a higher lofted chip with less roll.
If the training rod contacts the lead or trail forearm this will result in inconsistent results
HIGH SPINNER: Learn to control the club face and hit High Spinning Chips by opening the club face and exposing the bounce of your wedge.
The training rod will contact the inside of your trail forearm and maintain touch for a higher spinning wedge shot.
No contact or loss of contact will results in miss hit shots(chunks/skulls)