EAST HAMPTON, NY (PRWEB) January 6, 2005 -
Â Larry Koncelik, president of Swing Flutter Inc., announced today that the company is now going into full production to meet the anticipated demand for its revolutionary golf swing instruction aid, The Swing FlutterÂ and companion instructional DVD hosted by world-renowned golf instructor Jim McLean.
Created by Koncelik, an East Hampton, New York resident and avid golfer, The Swing FlutterÂ comes with a 11 minute instructional DVD hosted by McLean. Koncelik is naturally excited by McLeanÂs involvement and endorsement. ÂJim is one of golf's greatest teaching professionals,Â he said in a recent interview. ÂWe are honored that he has chosen to partner with us and thrilled that he feels The Swing FlutterÂ is a golf tool that will help improve any golferÂs game.Â
ÂThe Swing FlutterÂ is an exceptional instructional tool,Â says McLean. ÂI evaluate scores of instructional tools every year and The Swing FlutterÂ is by far the best IÂve seen in years. It works-- pure and simple.Â
The Swing FlutterÂ, an audio feedback, tempo-tuning golf teaching aid, rests just above the golf club head. It rotates and flutters with the flow of air that is created during each phase of the golf swing. Using the instructional aid, golfers can actually hear the difference between a good and bad golf swing. ÂThe key to the programÂs success lies in training the golfer to ignore mechanics. If the separate and distinct sounds produced on the back swing, swing, and follow are Âin tuneÂ, the golfer finds himself playing Âin the zoneÂ,Â McLean says.
The theory underlying the program is akin to the Suzuki method which is widely used in Japan to teach children how to play the violin. ÂItÂs amazing how quickly children can learn to play a violin when they concentrate on the sound they produce instead of the mechanics involved in generating that sound,Â Koncelik observed. ÂThe same holds true for golf swing instruction. The player who focuses on the sound produced during each phase of the swing, soon learns how to perfect his swing.Â
Koncelik also likens Swing FlutterÂ to the learning curve that goes along with learning how to crack a whip. ÂWhile the sounds accompanying the swing are essential, considerable emphasis is placed on the crack heard when the club head passes through the impact zone. The generation of that sound ends up being the measure of a successful swing much like the cracking sound one hears when the tip of a bullwhip breaks the sound barrier,Â he says.
The golf swing instruction aid has still one more advantage. ÂGolfers donÂt have to go to the local driving range to practice; they can perfect their swings in the backyard without a golf ball,Â he says.
In a recent interview Tiger Woods is quoted as saying "I think that people try to make things that are really simple more complicated than they really are.Â According to Koncelik, his comment validates the concept behind Swing FlutterÂ. ÂWhile Tiger was not talking about Swing FlutterÂ when he made the comment, it certainly validates the underlying theory that the learning process should be less analytical than it is kinesthetic.Â
The introductory Swing FlutterÂ DVD, hosted by McLean, is easy to understand. In the DVD McLean focus on three techniques that can be practiced almost anywhere. In the DVD, Jim McLean explains how The Swing FlutterÂ works, how a golfer can benefit from practicing with it. The unique DVD provides coaching tips and practice drills from one of the games best-known and respected instructors.
ÂHearing the problem, helps to solve the problem,ÂÂ said McLean. This phrase is now the company slogan.
To learn more about the Swing FlutterÂ system, visit (http://www.swingflutter.com). Individuals wishing to contact Mr. Koncelik can use the email hyperlink appearing in the right hand column or call him personally at (631) 324-9850.