(PRWEB) November 29, 2005
The number of golfers in the United States has increased from 3.5 million in 1950 to over 30 million today, making golf the fastest growing sport in the United States. However, while 3 million new players take up the game every year, nearly 3 million of those already golfing quit in frustration. Ten years of research and development has led to the introduction of the Swing Gizmo, a product designed to teach golfers the concept of the swing plane and help them improve their game, rather than give up on it.
Golfers all face the same challenge in lowering their golf score: the need to visualize and apply their golf club to the ideal swing path. This is a phenomenon that cannot be described in words; it must be seen and felt. The truth is that golf is a difficult game. And the difficulty in keeping golfers from giving up on the game is compounded by inadequate teaching products and methods. Players can’t find themselves connecting to the game.
The basic premise of golf is that one can never be "good enough." One can always swing better and score lower, and in golf every swing counts. There are no quick fix-its or gimmicks when one can¹t understand how the game should work. Players need to understand the basic physics behind golf and understand how their golf swing works. It is only then that players will stay interested in golf and improve their game.
A basic concept in understanding golf is the swing plane. Other golf aids have been introduced with the premise of teaching the swing plane, but the Swing Gizmo is different. The Gizmo has been described as "the most versatile and complete training aid" by renowned Golf Digest "Top 100 Instructor" Chuck Hogan. It does not discriminate based on experience level or height, but adjusts to the individual¹s unique swing. Nor is it a device designed solely for beginners; a periodic reaffirmation of one¹s feel of the swing plane is beneficial to even the most advanced golfer. This golf aid is built on the premise that every golf club is designed to strike the ball in the same optimal way. Through precise geometry and engineering, the Swing Gizmo keeps the golf club on this optimal swing plane.
Arlen Frew is the mastermind behind the Swing Gizmo. As a professional player and coach, he has been fortunate to work with some of golf¹s recognized gurus, including Chuck Hogan, Fred Shoemaker, and Ben Doyle. Through these relationships he was able to learn and experience firsthand the techniques and concepts which enable these instructors to produce remarkable results across the entire spectrum of golfers.
The Swing Gizmo is an ideal holiday gift for the aspiring pro or budding golfer on your list. For more information, or to order direct, please call 866-392-3192.
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