Before & After Results
Long-term Swing Improvements
Arms Smashing Down
Casting & Body Rotation
Casting & Close in Follow Through
Collapsing & High Hands
Chasing Move & Collapsing Down
Limited Follow Through
Early Throwing & Decelerating
Long Back Swing & Casting
Throwing & Decelerating
Decelerating Clubhead Follow Through
Best Practices Using the EndSwate
Practice full swings at least a dozen times 3 to 4 times a week.
Swing or hit balls up & down through the weights, always finishing down through the weights without an EndSwate. This method is yielding the greatest result.
For tough imperfections you’re trying to overcome, practice swing the 14oz, since the substantial weight enables the golfer to experience and internalize correct swing mechanics immediately. You will be delighted!
Before playing a round, warmup with the EndSwate, it is the most efficient way to prepare yourself while reinforcing proper swing mechanics and mental muscle memory that transfers to your play on the course.
Note: when hitting balls with the EndSwate, at first, poor ball striking may be exaggerated, emphasizing imperfect swing mechanics. Let the EndSwate science work and guide you through these troubling issues by continuing to hit with it or go back to practice swinging without hitting balls.
Also, finish hitting balls without an EndSwate. This will calibrate your faster clubhead speed naturally, straightening your ball travel without losing clubhead speed or distance. It is quite remarkable!
Results Golfers are Achieving - see videos & Best Practices below!
During first instructor lessons, students are experiencing straighter and more consistent ball flight while increasing ball distances as much as 35 yards for drivers, 25 yards for irons, and 10 yards for wedges.
Out on the course, long-term handicap improvements as much as 44.4%.