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SwingClick PLUS product

 SwingClick PLUS helps develop nevers of steel and consistent rhythm 

SOUTH AFRICA  The “major” season in golf has arrived. The LPGA Tour’s first major of the year, the 2016 Ana Inspiration, ended in dramatic fashion Sunday at Mission Hills Country Club in Rancho Mirage, Calif.  Lydia Ko etched her name into the record books once again hitting a clutch shot to within a foot on the 18th hole to make birdie and win her second major championship title on the LPGA Tour.

 

Ariya Jutanugarn, who appeared to have locked up the victory with three holes to play, bogeyed her final three holes to finish fourth at 10-under par.  When interviewed after the tournament about what happened, Jutanugarn explained, “I got a little nervous and didn’t commit to the shot.”  Veteran TV broadcaster, LPGA Champion and World Golf Hall of Famer, Judy Rankin observed that Jutanugarn had “totally lost her rhythm.”

 

SwingClick PLUS is the world’s #1 transition trainer that helps golfers master their timing, tempo and rhythm.  The lightweight training device straps to your forearm and clicks at three key points of the swing: at the top of the backswing, at impact and at follow-through.   SwingClick PLUS trains your brain like a metronome building and engraining muscle memory to maintain a smooth rhythmic swing just like the pros.

 

This week all eyes are focused on Augusta, Ga. and the 80th edition of the Masters Tournament, the first major championship of the 2016 PGA Tour season.  Nothing defines handling the pressure and nerves more than being a player in contention on the back nine at Augusta National on Sunday.

 

Timing, tempo and rhythm are critical elements to winning whether you’re a tour player staring down your first major championship, an amateur trying to win your club championship, a member-guest, or favorite scramble event.

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