Training Aids to improve your swing Part 1: TacTic Arm Aid
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As the collapsing lead arm is one of the most common faults, this teaching aid is beneficial.
The TacTic Arm Aid has a hard plastic spine running down its length. If the arm bends, it gives a loud clicking sound letting the golfer know when and where the arm is collapsing. This helps to ensure that the left arm stays straight from the backswing to follow-through and ensures solid contact with the ball.
This is the most used training aid at the Mel Sole Golf School.
It helps the student create a good coil on the backswing by learning to keep the lead arm straight, and gets rid of the dreaded ‘chicken-wing’ almost completely on the extension and follow-through! It’s a teaching aid I highly recommend to most of my students!
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