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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 148
AVAILABLE NOW; RRP: $49; theswingboss.com HITTING THE BOSS THESWINGBOSSTRAININGKIT “THE ONLY THING A GOLFER NEEDS IS MORE DAYLIGHT.” Ben Hogan CHAMPIONS OF MY GAME T HE sweet spot of a clubface can seem harder to locate than a stray ball in metre-long rough. But that needn’t be the case. The Swing Boss uses simple and easy-to-use design attributes to help golfers flush it out of the centre more frequently. Capturing the exact point your ball impacts the clubface, the Swing Boss uses unique Velcro recorder pads and ultra-lightweight practice balls to make the ball stick to the clubface. Seeing exactly where you’re making contact helps identify swing flaws and direct your swing closer to the elusive sweet spot. Through repeated use – either indoors our outside – the Swing Boss trains sound muscle memory and offers tips for set-up and address, the backswing, downswing, impact position, follow through and finish. Attaching the recorder pads (which leave no residue on the clubface when removed) to the clubface and striking the correct part of the specially designed balls included in the Swing Boss pack will instantly reveal where you made contact. The pads come in two sizes to accommodate woods and irons, while three tees of different heights cater for drivers, fairway woods, hybrids, irons and wedges. OTG PACK INCLUDES: A grass mat, two balls, three tees of varying sizes, three iron Velcro pads and three driver Velcro pads. See how The Swing Boss works in the video above.
OTG Express 147
OTG Express 149