BOSTON, Mass – Sheltering at home during the COVID-19 crisis has undoubtedly made millions of golfers feel disconnected from the game they love, but keeping your golf swing in form, and maybe even improving it, is still attainable. With Swing Align and Swing align Short Game, golfers can perform simple indoor drills to keep their swings and scoring skills in sync.
Working with the wearable, feedback-focused Swing Align training aid, golfers use muscle memory to develop a repeatable golf swing with more power and accuracy by keeping their arms and body synchronized when rotating. The new Swing Align Short Game teaches golfers to maintain proper arm spacing in the all-important triangle formed by the arms and shoulders. Easy to use indoors with a putter or wedge to help synchronize the arms to move at a consistent speed, allowing the bigger muscles to power the shot.
SWING ALIGN INDOOR DRILL VIDEOS SUPPORT AT-HOME IMPROVEMENTTo support at-home practice, the creators of Swing Align and Swing Align Short Game have shared a small collection of simple indoor video drills designed to help golfers stay connected and develop repeatable golf swings. With these easy-to-follow indoor practice tips, golfers can plot their paths to improvement and participate in a rewarding golf activity without ever leaving home.
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Demonstrating the fundamentals to focus on when practicing indoors.
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Swing Align is a wearable feedback device featuring a highly visible alignment rod that runs through adjustable arm cuffs that swivel and are held together by a flexible connection belt. This allows golfers to use the training device to make an athletic swing motion with or without a golf club in your hands. Perfect for this time in isolation.
“You can stay sharp, and even improve, in 15 minutes or less by doing a few drills at home with the Swing Align Bundle. With Swing Align and Swing Align Short Game, you have all the tools to rehearse key full-swing positions or groove a more consistent short game stroke,” says Chris McGinley, co-founder and 30-year golf industry veteran. “The device is easy to put on and take off during a break from work. If you have a tall enough ceiling, take full swings to build muscle memory for the proper arm-body connection.”
Swing Align and Swing Align Short Game have been developed by golf industry veterans with more than 60 years’ experience, and with input from PGA Tour players as well as top golf instructors. Each device provides instant visual feedback and uses muscle memory to ingrain good habits.