? Swing Guide V2 - New version 2018 ? The new version of the Golf4You Swing Guide is more comfortable with its forearm protective armband. It is also lighter and fits easily on ALL grips (Come with Quality purchase and will refund you if the swing guide doesn't fit your golf club!) This golf Training Tool is efficient, recognized worldwide and very easy to use. ? For golfers of all levels: Advanced / Beginner / Right-handed / Left-handed / Men / Women / Junior.
? The Swing Guide is a Golf Training Tool specifically designed to help you create and simulate the correct swing positions. It teaches you a better takeaway and teaches you how and where to set the wrists during the swing. It has the function of correcting you and helping you to achieve and memorize a perfect and effective swing plane, to generate more distance and improve the accuracy of your shots, which will significantly lower your scores!
? With the Swing Guide, everyone from complete beginners to low-handicappers will learn an effective way to correct their wrist hinging, coordinate their hands and arms, and correct bad habits of the club handling. This will help you to consistently hit better shots and correct your slices, hooks, thin and fat shots while improving your accuracy.
? An Effective Golf Tool for all Golf Players ? For more experienced Golf players, it improves the understanding of the correct club positions, to avoid the hands to release too early in the downswing and to reinforce muscle memory of the proper swing plane. ? This Golf Equipment is regularly used in major competitions such as the PGA Tour, LPGA Tour, and the European Tour. Many professional golfers use it to warm up and control their positions during the Swing.
? Guaranteed Quality Product & Charity Involvment ? Golf4You has a charity program ? and donates a portion of your purchase to a charity. On every sale of Golf4You products, a percentage is collected and is donated to the "Sudden Death Foundation". Our goal is to promote awareness, advocate for research and fund medical research on cardiac abnormalities resulting in sudden death.