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Dan describes the Power Package as a Swingyde on steroids, watch the video to find out why?

To find out more about Power Package head over to their website… https://powerpackagegolf.com

If you're interested in learning more about the modern rotational swing… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hCrLL…

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My OpenMind says:

Nice review Dan. Were a golfing family so this would be a great way to groove all our swings. Much appreciated review by a respected swing coach.

Brian Bass says:

Anyone try this with Driver?

eddy1367 says:

The Hair Gods smiled upon you…

Steve Robson says:

I bought a power package after watching this demo from Dan. I've used it on the practice range for 4-weeks now and have found it to be a fantastic training aid for helping to get much better feel for wrist set in the backswing, maintaining lag in the downswing and full release on follow through. As Dan mentions the Power Package doesn't allow you to fully set the wrists in the backswing if your natural flexibility allows more wrist set (Swingyde is much better at facilitating this) however, it does give you brilliant feel for 'getting into the slot'. This is the best training aid I have ever used in helping to get the 'feel' of a repeatable, functional high quality swing. £73 might appear to be expensive but not when you consider what it gives you and how much alternative methods and swing trainers would cost to get this. For me the Power Package has definitely been worth the money.

Harry Flower Golf says:

Hi Dan, would be good to collaborate with you at some point?

Antony Osborn says:

or you could just buy 2 swingyde of ebay for a few quid and stick them on the shaft

Joe Perez says:

Your endorsement is good enough for me.

Gregory Fitzgerald says:

Dan, would you say this is appropriate for teenage girls? I have 14 and 15 year old daughters who play competitive golf. They are between 5’2” and 5’3” tall

don blem says:

Looks interesting.
Dan, you look different and I can't put my finger on it? 🙂

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