I want you to imagine how your typical swing is like,
If you have to think about it, the answer is no. I want you to think about this for a minute.
Speed = Distance
A few years back, my average swing speed was 107 mph. The average swing speed for PGA tour players is around 114 mph. Although 7 mph might not seem like a big difference, every 10 mph translates to about 25 extra yards.
I put together a training program to increase my swing speed, and over the next 6 weeks I was able to bring my average swing speed up to 120 mph.That gave me about 20 to 25 extra yards off the tee… each hole. And, that’s just off the drives. If you work on increasing your swing speed, you’ll be hitting all of your clubs longer. But, there’s more to it than just swinging the club faster.
Before talking about results, and all of the benefits you will get, I want you to understand the concept of transition. Transition is the top of your golf swing. All players must set the club properly at the top of the swing, if you can do that, you don’t have much to think about on the down swing! Since I started teaching amateurs, there has not been one amateur that has the proper transition. This is what led me to create this training aid that is very simple, that players can take with them to warm up every day. Now over 50 PGA Tour pro’s warm up with this every day!
What can proper transition in your golf swing fix?
– Club face control through the swing
– Club path on the down swing
– Increase power by being fully loaded at the top
From beginners to tour pro’s, trust me when I say you need this training aid. It is simple and gives you direct feedback on one of the top 3 most important aspects all great players possess! If you only focus and improve your set up, tempo and impact, I guarantee you will eliminate the confusion in your golf swing and start shooting lower scores quickly!
Dennis Desmond understood this. And it has worked wonders with his golf game. After a week of hitting balls with it, he smoothed (slowed down arms) his backswing and transition, kept the club more in front of his chest as a turn was made, resulting in better and more consistent shots in most phases of the game – long game, chips, pitches, bunker shots. He could not believe the difference, especially in the bunker – talk about added confidence. He also saw 15-20 yards added distance. He was surprised at the effect of a good transition and its affect on shots.
First, it encourages you to load your weight into your rear foot before you start your downswing. This is fundamental to hitting the ball a long way. In no other sport would you try to create power without first loading up – think of a home run swing, a quarterback throwing a Hail Mary, or a knockout punch. It works the same way in golf.
The second key is good sequencing. Think of throwing a ball: you start by rotating your hips and torso, then releasing your arm and wrist. It should be the same in the golf swing, but bad golfers get out of sequence. By freezing the swing at the top, the GGST forces you to use proper sequencing to create speed and power. Additionally, good sequencing typically leads to a better club path and improved club face control.
I was getting frustrated teaching some of my clients who couldn’t make a proper backswing. They were always over-swinging. I needed to find a way to slow them down a little, give them enough time to load up and make a proper swing. Now afterward, having used it on myself and students for almost two years, I am now starting to understand the benefits even more. It’s changing the way people are playing golf. People that used to cut the ball are now drawing the ball. The feedback is amazing.
And obviously, the Tour feedback has been amazing as well.
Charley Hoffman was the first guy that really that got it, he went on to win a couple of weeks after. Danny Lee the same shortly after.
After using the product for a week, you will understand its simplicity and that you can’t cheat with it.
Now for the benefits:
1.Proper Swing Fundamentals
We want to crush it off the tee, but we don’t want to sacrifice accuracy and control. Before you work on increasing your swing speed, make sure you are consistently hitting each ball solid with the swing trainer. This will help you achieve more solid shots when you are in the driveway or in game.
2. Balance & Strengthen Your Body
We’re always swinging the club in the same direction shot after shot.
Warming up with the Gabe Golf Swing Trainer helps you balance out the muscle strength on both sides of your body. This keeps you healthy, helps prevent injuries, and the added strength helps you hit further. The balance and coordination you get from using the Gabe Golf Swing Trainer out also gives you more control over your swing.
3. Increase Your Swing Speed
An increase in 10 miles per hour of your swing speed translates to 25 extra yards off your driver. Continuous swinging with the Gabe Golf Swing Trainer is the key to building up your swing speed. (Continuous swinging is when you practice swing after swing in a row without stopping.)