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Momentus Senior Swing Trainer Iron with Standard Grip

41HyaRgnwaL. SL160  Momentus Senior Swing Trainer Iron with Standard Grip

  • Includes FREE instructional DVD
  • The movement of the weighted club shaft throughout the golf swing will increase the flexibility in your arms, shoulders, and back.
  • Ingrains the feel for swinging the golf club properly and consistently.
  • Used by more than 100 PGA TOUR Pros.
  • 35" long and 32 oz.

Product Description
The Momentus Senior Swing Trainer is a revolutionary swing trainer that incorporates a patented technology , whereby the club shaft embodies most of the weight which is evenly distributed thoughout the length of the shaft. Through repetitions with the Momentus Swing Trainer, a golfer ingrains the feel for swinging the club on-plane, This leads to drastic improvement in consistency and clubhead speed.... More >>

Momentus Senior Swing Trainer Iron with Standard Grip

Golf Swing Tips – How to Hit Consistent Iron Shots

One of the keys to success in golf is playing the golf irons consistently. For most beginners this seems an almost impossible dream, but with the application and practise of some sound principles it becomes achievable.

Here is what you need to do:

1. Posture. Stand with the feet pointing to the target, with knees flexed, back straight and the weight resting towards the heels.

2. Take the club back using a hand and arm swing, making sure the wrists are fully cocked.

3. Try to keep your body position as still as possible as your swing the club around your body.

4. You must make sure the left side of your body is cleared out of the way before you strike the ball. This will also enable you to generate lots of club head speed, and therefore hit the ball further.

5. Stay down as you hit through the shot and follow through keeping your arms straight. Seeing the ground after the ball has been played will stop you lifting your head too soon and the result will be a better golf shot.

6. You have complete control over how much power you use in playing your irons this way. Many top players play their shots well within their capabilities.

Here are some more tips to develop consistency with your iron shots.

1. Try to develop a sense of tempo with your clubs. Once you have done this try to play the irons at the same, even tempo. Don't try and rush the shot.

2. Keeping the right knee flexed as you make the back swing will ensure you only turn your hips 45%.

3. Make notes as to how far you typically hit the ball with each iron in your bag.

I hope you enjoyed these tips, and here's to good golfing.

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Golf Tips to Measure your Results on the Practice Range


Practice is important in any sport and golf is no exception. To really improve your game you must spend time fine tuning your swing. But many golfers simply "hit balls" on the practice range without checking to see if they are improving. Here are some tips to help measure the effectiveness of your practice sessions on the driving range.

First, you must identify your objective on the range. Some people are trying to fix a slice or a hook while others are trying to add distance to their shots. If you do not know what your objective is you will not know if you have achieved it. You may not have a noticeable flaw to correct but you need to train your muscles so you can make good shots consistently. So hitting consistently is your objective in that case. Just make sure you have a clear idea of your purpose.

Second, it does not matter too much if you quit slicing or hooking the ball, or if you add 30 yards to your drive if your shots are spraying to the left or right. You may have eliminated the slice in your ball flight, but did the ball actually go towards your target? I have heard people "oooh" and "ahhh" over their practice shots even though one went well to the left of what appeared to be their target line and the next went just as far to the right. Make sure you identify a target and gauge if you are hitting the ball within a few yards on either side of that target until the balls rolls to a stop.

Third, always hit a variety of clubs in a random order on the range. This will better reflect how a real round of golf is played. You never hit your seven iron fifteen times in a row on a normal round of golf so do not get locked into hitting only your seven iron on the practice range even if it is your seven iron that needs the work. For example, to work on your seven iron try hitting your seven a few times, then hit a 3-wood a couple of times, then hit a four-iron, then a wedge, then back to the seven for a few shots. This will help you practice your set-up routine for various shots since usually you address the ball and take your stance slightly differently for woods, low irons and high irons respectively.

Fourth, do not be in a hurry. Take a break for a minute or two after hitting a dozen balls or so. If you exhaust yourself you may begin making poor swings due to your tiring out that would almost never happen in a round of golf because on the course there is almost always a few minutes between shots that require a full swing.

Finally, take time at home some evening to write down on an index card the swing keys that help you prepare for taking a golf shot. Most people will have a list of five to eight things. Go through your set-up routine in your mind and jot down, in order, what you do to check your alignment, grip, stance, weight distribution, etc... and take that card with you to the practice range. Then read it over before EVERY practice shot for the first ten or fifteen shots. Train your mind to go through that list so it becomes a habit when you are playing a round of golf.

Hopefully you will develop your own list of golf tips from your time spent on the practice range and you will graduate from just "hitting balls" to actually tuning your swing by having a yard stick by which to measure your results on the practice range.


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Momentus Senior Swing Trainer Iron with Training Grip

41HyaRgnwaL. SL160  Momentus Senior Swing Trainer Iron with Training Grip

  • Includes FREE instructional DVD
  • The movement of the weighted club shaft throughout the golf swing will increase the flexibility in your arms, shoulders, and back.
  • Ingrains the feel for swinging the golf club properly and consistently.
  • Used by more than 100 PGA TOUR Pros.
  • 35" long and 32 oz.

Product Description
The Momentus Senior Swing Trainer is a revolutionary swing trainer that incorporates a patented technology , whereby the club shaft embodies most of the weight which is evenly distributed thoughout the length of the shaft.Through repetitions with the Momentus Swing Trainer, a golfer ingrains the feel for swinging the club on-plane, This leads to drastic improvement in consistency and clubhead speed.... More >>

Momentus Senior Swing Trainer Iron with Training Grip

Momentus Traveler Swing Trainer Iron with Training Grip

312XjDjO1sL. SL160  Momentus Traveler Swing Trainer Iron with Training Grip

  • Includes FREE instructional DVD
  • The movement of the weighted club shaft throughout the golf swing will increase the flexibility in your arms, shoulders, and back.
  • Ingrains the feel for swinging the golf club properly and consistently.
  • Disassembles into two easily transportable pieces. Fits into most briefcases and carryons for secure travel. Includes a travel case.
  • 30" long and 40 oz.

Product Description
The Momentus Traveler Swing Trainer offers the same benefits and effectiveness as the other models but has the unique feature of disassembling into two easily transportable pieces. Fits easily into most briefcases and carryons for secure travel. Includes travel case for safe travel.... More >>

Momentus Traveler Swing Trainer Iron with Training Grip