The Golf Swingyde Review – What is it? And how to use it!

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The Golf Swingyde can be a tool that helps golfers learn swing changes, but if used incorrectly it can degrade learning and make your swing worse.

In this video GLT founder Iain Highfield and GLT advisor Zach Parker help you understand what the training aid can teach you and how to practice this so that the swing changes you want to make stick.

What is the Swingyde?
The Swingyde training aid has been around for some years now and is a relatively low-tech but ingenious device designed to help golfers master two of the key elements of a powerful, repeating swing.

In appearance, the Swingyde is no more than 9” of unpretentious yellow plastic, but its advocates make large claims for its effect on the swings of the players who use it.

The main goal of the Swingyde is to teach the feel of the correct action of the wrists during the swing, so that users will learn to keep the clubface aligned squarely to the target line while also maintain the downswing clubhead lag which is essential for maximum clubhead speed.

Using the Swingyde
Using the Swingyde involves bolting one end of the device to the clubshaft just below the grip and aligning the free end square to the clubface at address.

When the club is swung correctly the free end of the club will cup naturally around the lead forearm as the wrists hinge naturally during the backswing. If the free, cupped end of the Swingyde misses the arm or contacts it off center at the top of the backswing, it’s a sure sign that the club face has been opened or closed.

Now you know the basics watch the video to see how you can use this golf training aid effectively.