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SKLZ Swing Tempo and Golf Grip Trainer

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SKLZ Swing Tempo and Golf Grip Trainer

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Improve your golf grip position, swing tempo and timing with this great training aid from SKLZ. The moulded grip makes it easy to feel the correct grip position, simple to use with great results.


  • Training grip provides the correct hand position for the right golf grip
  • Great for indoor and outdoor training sessions
  • Two weight adjustments for iron and wood practice
  • Improves a golfer’s swing tempo and plane
  • For right handed golfers only

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The SKLZ Tempo and Grip Trainer is a great tool for loosening up, warming up and just practising it at your home.

Couple of different features of this, number one is obviously the grip. It's a moulded grip and what we're looking for is getting both of these Vs, pointed some more at the right collar bone. Lots of people get either a little bit too weak or they separate their hands. These put your hands in a really good position, where they can now release the club.

Second part of this, got a heavy weight on it, get you loosen up, get your large muscles involved with the swing. Last piece, there's a little bit of a bend in the shaft, and what that does is, now that the weight is up above the center of where your hands are, it creates a feeling of how to release that club. And swing plane, with the weight, and with this bend in the shaft, it makes you settle your hands, and have the club come from a little bit more inside.

So, tempo and grip trainer. Grip, get the Vs pointed at the right collar bone. They get your hands a little better connected. And then what we're looking for, is just to take some swings back and forth. And the weight, and the bend in the shaft, create a feeling for the club dropping on plane, and then releasing through impact. You can just kinda go back and forth a few times, just to loosen up your forearms, loosen up your body, and then we can get into some fuller swings where we get the body to rotate, and all the way through. The extra weight out here, allows me to feel the weight of the club, go ahead and rotate.

If it's a little heavy for you, or if you wanna practice with your driver, unscrew the end, that lightens the club up, and lightens the trainer up a little bit, so it makes it feel a little more like a driver. But the bend in the shaft and the grip with the hands more connected, gives you the sense of the club dropping inside, and then releasing through impact.