Golf Swing Training Aid Review – the Hanger For Perfect Wrist Action In Your Golf Swing
Hanger Golf Swing Training Aid Review With The Art of Simple Golf
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Here Alex Fortey from the Art of Simple Golf gives a review of one of the best golf swing training aids. theHanger from Watson golf truly is a game and golf swing changer.

It proved challenging but very effective very quickly.

theHANGER is a cutting edge patented design that provides you with both visual and tactile instant feedback. Whether you practice alone or with an instructor, this swing aid will accelerate the process of building the correct muscle memory for optimal face and path control.


Designed to easily attach to your irons. theHANGER comes with a club face reference head to ensure it's set up correctly and give you visual feedback. You can now practice in your home, office, range, or on the course with confidence theHANGER puts you in the correct position. theHANGER is for all skill levels helping create a repeatable swing.


Keeps the club head outside your hands.
Ideal for training club face and path control.
Promotes flat lead wrist at the top of your swing.
Lead wrist flection in transition.
Fixes the over-the-top move, scooping, and prevents the dreaded slice
Dynamic shaft lean through impact.
Promotes correct muscle memory.

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12 thoughts on “Golf Swing Training Aid Review – the Hanger For Perfect Wrist Action In Your Golf Swing

  1. Great review, thank you. I was using it for the first time and holy hell was my arm hurting. Glad to hear its part of the process, as if golf wasn't painful enough already. 🙂

  2. Good review. I recently bought one, and it has improved my ball striking, and keeping the club on plane.
    However- I also developed the "bruise" on my left forearm. Might add some padding

  3. Just bought this aid. When setting it up it looks that you should put the fake clubface in the same position as the real one. However when you do that the Hanger part of the aid seems too far back and force you to set your hands/arms way too far ahead at address to make contact with the lead arm. Seems as if the hanger part should line up with the leading edge of the clubface…but if you do this the fake clubface will be shut by comparison to the real one. Thoughts?

  4. Alex, you do great videos. Be cool to see some course vlogs and equipment reviews spiced in. Not sure if that's too much "keeping up with the Joneses" for you but you offer an informative perspective. Thanks for the content.

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