Home Training Aids Full Swing Path Pro

Path Pro Golf Training Aid The NEW Path Pro is the ONLY tool designed to provide an unlimited number of positions and uses for whatever needs work in your swing. Regardless whether you are right-handed OR left-handled, you will learn to properly swing your arms and hands on the correct line, forcing you to immediately feel the correct position. You will see it, feel it and repeat it, improving up to 3X faster. Included with the Path-Pro * The Path Pro Swing trainer * Overswing 22"" Extension * FREE Setup and Basic Uses DVD * FREE Pocket Reference Card * FREE Path Pro Carry Bag * One year subscription to Golf Digest Primary Uses Of The Path Pro Eliminate Swaying Eliminate swaying by angling or pointing the pad towards the ground and positioning the Path Pro behind you. Take your stance with your back leg an inch or so from the pad. Set a ball down and make a swing. If your thigh or knee hits the pad on your backswing then you know you are sliding laterally too much and need to work on turning the hips more through the shot. Work on this until you no longer hit the pad. Proper Impact For the proper impact position, set the pad pointing upward and slightly ahead of your lead shoulder. Make sure there is enough clearance below the arm for the clubhead to pass. Set a ball down under the bend of the arm and hit shots trying to emulate the line the pad forms. This insures that you maintain a proper angle with your wrists and that your hands lead the clubhead through to impact. Eliminate Lunging Eliminate lunging by setting the Path Pro in the same position as shown above for swaying. But, in this case, position the unit just ahead of your lead leg. Set a ball down and hit shots while maintaining a firm left or lead side. Stay behind the pad through impact. If you hit the pad you know you are moving ahead of the ball. Expand the Impact Zone Expand the impact zone and swing along your target line by pointing the yellow pad at your target and parallel to the ground at waist high. Put a ball down and hit shots by first seeing the ball between your feet and the pad. As you master this, lower and move closer to the pad until you see the pad between your feet and the ball. This not only forces you to swing along your target line longer and with a squarer clubface, but also aligns you to your target and stops a slice by eliminating the over the top move. Proper Extension Insure the proper extension and follow through by setting the pad closer to the ground and pointing away from you and at the target. Set a ball down beneath the arm's bend and start hitting shots. This drill will force you to stay down on the ball and extend through the shot as long as you can. You can angle the pad slightly upward to allow for easier clearance. ""Stuck"" or Trapped Position Eliminate the ""stuck"" or trapped position causing a hook by setting the unit up behind you and angling the pad upward and tilted back toward

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Home Training Aids Full Swing Path Pro

Path Pro Golf Training Aid The NEW Path Pro is the ONLY tool designed to provide an unlimited number of positions and uses for whatever needs work in your swing. Regardless whether you are right-handed OR left-handled, you will learn to properly swing your arms and hands on the correct line, forcing you to immediately feel the correct position. You will see it, feel it and repeat it, improving up to 3X faster. Included with the Path-Pro * The Path Pro Swing trainer * Overswing 22"" Extension * FREE Setup and Basic Uses DVD * FREE Pocket Reference Card * FREE Path Pro Carry Bag * One year subscription to Golf Digest Primary Uses Of The Path Pro Eliminate Swaying Eliminate swaying by angling or pointing the pad towards the ground and positioning the Path Pro behind you. Take your stance with your back leg an inch or so from the pad. Set a ball down and make a swing. If your thigh or knee hits the pad on your backswing then you know you are sliding laterally too much and need to work on turning the hips more through the shot. Work on this until you no longer hit the pad. Proper Impact For the proper impact position, set the pad pointing upward and slightly ahead of your lead shoulder. Make sure there is enough clearance below the arm for the clubhead to pass. Set a ball down under the bend of the arm and hit shots trying to emulate the line the pad forms. This insures that you maintain a proper angle with your wrists and that your hands lead the clubhead through to impact. Eliminate Lunging Eliminate lunging by setting the Path Pro in the same position as shown above for swaying. But, in this case, position the unit just ahead of your lead leg. Set a ball down and hit shots while maintaining a firm left or lead side. Stay behind the pad through impact. If you hit the pad you know you are moving ahead of the ball. Expand the Impact Zone Expand the impact zone and swing along your target line by pointing the yellow pad at your target and parallel to the ground at waist high. Put a ball down and hit shots by first seeing the ball between your feet and the pad. As you master this, lower and move closer to the pad until you see the pad between your feet and the ball. This not only forces you to swing along your target line longer and with a squarer clubface, but also aligns you to your target and stops a slice by eliminating the over the top move. Proper Extension Insure the proper extension and follow through by setting the pad closer to the ground and pointing away from you and at the target. Set a ball down beneath the arm's bend and start hitting shots. This drill will force you to stay down on the ball and extend through the shot as long as you can. You can angle the pad slightly upward to allow for easier clearance. ""Stuck"" or Trapped Position Eliminate the ""stuck"" or trapped position causing a hook by setting the unit up behind you and angling the pad upward and tilted back toward

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Path Pro Golf Training Aid The NEW Path Pro is the ONLY tool designed to provide an unlimited number of positions and uses for whatever needs work in your swing. Regardless whether you are right-handed OR left-handled, you will learn to properly swing your arms and hands on the correct line, forcing you to immediately feel the correct position. You will see it, feel it and repeat it, improving up to 3X faster. Included with the Path-Pro * The Path Pro Swing trainer * Overswing 22"" Extension * FREE Setup and Basic Uses DVD * FREE Pocket Reference Card * FREE Path Pro Carry Bag * One year subscription to Golf Digest Primary Uses Of The Path Pro Eliminate Swaying Eliminate swaying by angling or pointing the pad towards the ground and positioning the Path Pro behind you. Take your stance with your back leg an inch or so from the pad. Set a ball down and make a swing. If your thigh or knee hits the pad on your backswing then you know you are sliding laterally too much and need to work on turning the hips more through the shot. Work on this until you no longer hit the pad. Proper Impact For the proper impact position, set the pad pointing upward and slightly ahead of your lead shoulder. Make sure there is enough clearance below the arm for the clubhead to pass. Set a ball down under the bend of the arm and hit shots trying to emulate the line the pad forms. This insures that you maintain a proper angle with your wrists and that your hands lead the clubhead through to impact. Eliminate Lunging Eliminate lunging by setting the Path Pro in the same position as shown above for swaying. But, in this case, position the unit just ahead of your lead leg. Set a ball down and hit shots while maintaining a firm left or lead side. Stay behind the pad through impact. If you hit the pad you know you are moving ahead of the ball. Expand the Impact Zone Expand the impact zone and swing along your target line by pointing the yellow pad at your target and parallel to the ground at waist high. Put a ball down and hit shots by first seeing the ball between your feet and the pad. As you master this, lower and move closer to the pad until you see the pad between your feet and the ball. This not only forces you to swing along your target line longer and with a squarer clubface, but also aligns you to your target and stops a slice by eliminating the over the top move. Proper Extension Insure the proper extension and follow through by setting the pad closer to the ground and pointing away from you and at the target. Set a ball down beneath the arm's bend and start hitting shots. This drill will force you to stay down on the ball and extend through the shot as long as you can. You can angle the pad slightly upward to allow for easier clearance. ""Stuck"" or Trapped Position Eliminate the ""stuck"" or trapped position causing a hook by setting the unit up behind you and angling the pad upward and tilted back toward

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