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Improving Your Swing Path Training Aid
SPEEDTRAP: http://www.strikeright.co.uk/golf-practice-aids/Golf-Speed-Trap
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Rick Shiels Senior PGA Golf Coach at Trafford Golf Centre show you how using a piece of equipment to change your swing path you can correctly improve your golf ball flight and hit the golf ball better.

Training aid available here http://www.strikeright.co.uk/golf-practice-aids/Golf-Speed-Trap

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30 Second Golf Lessons says:

Awesome thumbnail!

Anthony Procopis says:

Nice one, solid training aid. That said, this one here is an improved version for not only irons but hybrids, woods and the driver: http://www.slotitgolf.com

bill reed says:

got one much the same on Amazon for £14.99…. yes it helps. i take of the back inner foam one out and work on an in to out swing….

El Loco-1905 says:

This was great, I've been looking for "best drills to improve putting" for a while now, and I think this has helped. Ever heard of – Graysonyon Putter Prolific – (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now ) ? Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my neighbour got great results with it.

Tony Tanti says:

Those foam barriers should clip in so they don't fly off

Richard Milner says:

£90 for something which probably costs about £4 that's taking the piss in my book, and It don't work ………….funny that

Pilotgolfer 84 says:

Made one myself for $30

exolab says:

What happened to the Swing Plane Perfector? Do you have any more videos on using that?

JCRocksteady says:

I thought that looked a really good training aid and would certainly use it, but hearing it costs £90 has put me right off buying it! £90???  Think I'll stick to using the range basket or just take my own foam cut offs to stand up!

allanmurrell1 says:

Remember kids, it is strictly prohibited to walk onto the golf range

St Sa says:

The swing where you came out to in,  looked like it went relatively straight! 

Rob Brierley says:

Like the product, flexible and does a number of different things that would help. But for £90 wouldn't buy personally. Must cost peanuts to manufacture in China

David Grundy says:

Sorry can't see this working at the driving range. People walking on the range to collect the barriers, getting a ball in their head!!

MrKyoo says:

Thanks for the tip.

jasperliztrev says:

£90 ($150) for a piece of plastic and four pieces of foam. Crazy.

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