Sparks, NV (PRWEB) May 9, 2009
Can a specially-designed device help teach the golfer correct positioning by feeling it and hearing it? Yes, say many PGA and LPGA instructors who are using it to help their students better understand the learning process.
The user-friendly device is a light piece of spring steel encased in soft leather that fits snugly aginst the back of the golfers lead hand and is held in place by an adjustable Velcro strap around the wrist. Unlike some teaching aids that are "rigid", Tac-Tic is flexible. If the lead wrist bends during the swing, Tac-Tic "clicks", sending a message that can be both felt and heard: keep that wrist straight! It can be used effectively for putting , full swings or pitching and chipping and works for all skill levels. See the Tac-Tic Wrist and other Tac-Tic products at http://www.4golftraining.com
"It's so simple it's elegant," says inventor and avid golfer, Dr. Rudolf Kopfer. Training and conditioning by combining touch and sound is twice as effective as an instructor simply reminding the golfer to keep the wrist from breaking during the swing. 'This device reminds you instantly, every single time," he said.
Many instructors have tried this powerful teaching aid and have had very positive results. "My team loves Tac-Tic," said coach Wally Goodwin. "It really keeps that leading wrist straight, from the address position all the way through the swing."
PGA golfer and "King of Aces" Mancel Davis agrees. Famous for making more holes-in-one than any other pro, Davis says, "Tac-Tic is a fantastic aid for driving, pitching and putting. It is good for every club in the bag."
The device is currently being used by golf schools and PGA instructors through the country, professional use it to monitor while they "listen" for the right swing during practice.
The manufacturing company is located in Sparks, Nevada, for more information call 1-888-2TACTIC or visit their web site at http://www.4golftraining.com
Tony Ganino, V.P. Operations