This Training Aid Can TRANSFORM MY GAME in 2 Seconds!?

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This Training Aid Can TRANSFORM MY GAME in 2 seconds!? – guys if you’d like to try the GEM Golf for yourself then check out the website

And use code Robbovip10 for a cheeky discount.


James Robinson Golf says:

Guys if you want to give the GEM Golf a whirl for yourself then check out the website – and use code Robbovip10 for a little discount 🤘🏼⛳️🔥

kamsbox23 says:

Got a vice grip will see how it goes

Jeff Purgason says:

Some of you have commented on how it makes you have the toe of the club pointed up halfway back. I prefer mine to match my spine angle. You can easily with some adjustments to the clamp have it balanced to match your spine angle. That will use the aid to train a spine matched backswing- which puts me in a good position. You can check the balance by balancing the club on your finger.

Andrew Drummond says:

Personally I think the GEM is very good, but I strongly disagree with the way they suggest to use it. with the toe vertical/GEM pointing downwards on either side of the swing. I had some lessons in the early 80's from a PGA pro that had these same ideas of club position and bitterly regretted it – unless you have a pro level transition (and most amateurs have a really bad transition) then the club face is only ever square for a very small amount of time. I am using the GEM more in manner that the guy on the Be Better Golf channel is using it, to encourage a more rotational swing and it is working really well, helping to feel how to use left and right sidebend to help shallow the club during the transition rather than go OTT. I note that James is also not really swinging as the GEM people suggest, but more like I think you should use the tool.

Anthony Farmer says:

Can you try it with one of your high handicap mates James, that will be a real test of it. Cheers.

Julian Kornhaber says:

At $259 Canadian it’s crazy. Better to spend on competent lessons or other aids or make your own. Let’s get realistic. Clubs are out of sight. These fad aids are following suit. Ridiculous.

Edward Bergdahl says:

I bought one its great, thank you

Hung yen Sung says:

Not sure if it really works.

Crispy Duck says:

I’ve got one and can’t see any benefit – anyone wants it for a decent price not a pisstake let me know

Peter O'Kane says:

Hi James ordered Gem Training aid after viewing your video I Live in Perth Western Australia got it in 5 days hope the product is as good as the service God Bless and Jesus Loves you

James Weaver says:

Just got one of these. Had the first go with it yesterday, and it was the best range session I’ve had for years! I used to break 80 quite often when I was in my 30s, but had a couple of injuries and have never gotten close to that standard again. Now at 55, I felt I was hitting the ball as solid as ever, and can’t wait to get back for some more. The GEM actually made me turn my hips and release the club properly – I could feel the “wobble” when I wasn’t moving correctly. When I got in the right position and turned through the hitting zone properly, the wobble disappeared. I had a few swings and then put a ball down. It felt great and so easy. I really hope this wasn’t a one off – I’ll put another comment on here when I’ve had another run at it. Thanks James for highlighting this product 👏🏻👍🏻

Steven Watmore says:

Bought one of these. Can't wait to try it.

whopperwoody says:

Maybe I missed it, but shouldn’t this be declared as an Ad or paid for promotion?
Free product for testing, link to buy in the description, discount code = AD

Damo says:

Awesome, James. Can you do a video using GEM with other clubs? Driver, for example?

john Deeney says:

Hi ,I built one with bits from Toolstation , it came to £8 . I've tried it and it works , so much so that it's revolutionised my golf swing . All I need now is to get on the course and see if I can replicate the feel of the swing where it counts. In my mind it's the first bit of kit an absolute beginner should be using.

ed f says:

Nice Cobra Fowler blades!

Craig Lyons says:

James, it seems your hitting the ball a fraction higher with this golfing aid.

TJ Meyer says:

I've put my GEM on my Medicus to practice swing. It's a workout to say the least.

James G says:

I really enjoy and have seen results from the planemate swing trainer.

Stephen Dean says:

James, you seem to replying to everyone the same message.
Hit me up let discuss.
What's that all about?

Craig Edga4r says:

All ok – YT today!!

Stephen Knapp says:

Looking at the video on the GEM website it shows the rod facing upward not downward, does this matter? For that sort of money I could have 4 or 5 pro lessons, so I don’t think I will be tempted. Where do they get these prices from!

kevin mcarthur says:

Andy carter did this weeks ago James -keep up mate I expect better

Andreas Aristotelous says:

I think toe up to toe up is just a by product of this device. The real training aid is feeling the weight dropping the club in the slot in the down swing. Feeling of weightlessness in the down swing. If you let that happen it will transform the feeling of your downswing, and in turn the follow through will be effortless!!

Brandon Kapana says:

Will these fit on a midsize grip? Clamp looks like they would just fit standard…

chris h says:

This is probably the first training aid I have seen that can ACTUALLY improve my game. I see a significant difference in your swing just in a few minutes! How does it do for long irons?

Michael Anthony says:

LOL…Gym!? pudge…you ain't been to the gym. Great video. Don't let it get out of hand bud, I did and it's only harder as you get older. And the back injuries…keep the weight down and stretch.

Mike B says:

You did fail to mention that rods 1 and 2 point towards the golfer and rod 3 points away from the golfer. Just in case people missed the change.

golf007sd2 says:

Got mine a few weeks ago and I look forward to putting it to good use.

Colin Morgan says:

Only thing is see it goes against conventional wisdom as keeping face in line with spine angle . And face looks open at parallel

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