When you work with the Impact Master--you realize that the power and your acceleration comes more from your lower body and that's what's going to make you more consistent.
Jacksonville, FL (PRWEB) October 17, 2006
Created by veteran golf instructor John Darling, who worked closely with Mark McCumber, a professional golfer with ten PGA Tour wins (including the prestigious Players Championship and Tour Championship), the Impact Master golf swing training club was specially designed to help golfers improve golf swing power and consistency.
"Consistency is the number one request golfers have when they’re looking for improvement, and consistency is directly linked to proper club impact with the ball," said Darling. "Before the Impact Master, the answer to improving impact was to create practice drills without hitting balls, and using visual images of what occurs at the moment of impact with things like impact bags, brooms, swing waves, and many other designs too numerous to list. Most training aids miss the most important part of practicing golf: striking the ball and training your golf swing for correct impact. Golfers want to hit the ball, and Impact Master lets them train for a consistent golf swing doing just that."
There are five common golf swing mistakes most often made by amateur golfers:
- Incorrect club impact with golf ball
- Poor body rotation
- Incorrect weight transfer
- Flipping hands when swinging through the ball
- Slowing down the left arm
The Impact Master golf swing training club teaches golfers how to avoid all of them. The Impact Master’s design allows the golfer to train with a tour-designed 56-degree sand wedge and an extension insert. The extension provides a secure feel without impact vibrations and gives the golfer the necessary feedback of good or poor technique immediately. After a practice session, the extension can simply be loosened and removed so the sand wedge can be put into regular play.
After practicing with the Impact Master over the course of a year, Josh McCumber qualified for the 2005 U.S. Open at Pinehurst. This was the first time Josh had qualified for the Open in eleven attempts, and he attributes a great deal of his success this time around to using the Impact Master golf swing training club regularly.
"When you work with the Impact Master--you realize that the power and your acceleration comes more from your lower body and that's what's going to make you more consistent. "The feedback the Impact Master gave me was immediate because of the extension that's in the club; if I didn't do it right, I got thumped on my side. It allowed me to make proper contact and realize how much I needed to accelerate on a short shot."
Impact Master has also designed a secondary product for improving golf swings called the Plane Master. This golf swing training attachment teaches the golfer how to keep the club on its correct swing plane and monitor how square the club remains throughout the golf swing process.
To learn more about how to improving golf swings with the Impact Master golf swing training club, the Plane Master, or Impact Master’s instructional DVDs, visit http://www.ImpactMaster.com.
About Impact Master
Working closely with Mark McCumber, ten-time PGA Tour winner, including Players Championship and Tour Championship, John Darling, a professional golf instructor since 1968 and a founding instructor of the Golf University in San Diego, created Impact Master, a tour-quality sand wedge designed and developed to make the golf swing training club more than just a training club. The sand wedge has specific head designs demanded by the best players in the world. Darling has partnered with McCumber Golf to help golfers of all levels learn to control the club at impact, making the game more enjoyable.