Randy Meyers Golf Stretching Pole


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The Randy Meyers Golf Stretching Pole

Most people are not ready to swing fully because they lack the proper flexibility.

But now, with the Randy Myers Golf Stretching Pole,you can stretch the muscles necessary to make a big, full swing.

It alsocomplies with USGA Rule14-3and may be stored in the golf bag for use while you play.

Flexibility is perhaps the most important aspect in making a correct and full golf swing.

Poorflexibility can be very detrimental to the development of a repeatable swing that utilizes the body's full potential. If a golfer does not have the proper flexibility to complete the turn, they will often finish the swing with a bad sway to the right, a serious bend of the left arm, or by picking up their head. Added flexibility not only helps prevent injury but also helps the turning of the torso on the backswing. This is the key element of the swing that produces power: a full balanced turn of the upper body, coupled with a lower body that resists this turn. Young or old, beginner or expert, the stretching pole will help you keep your athletic edge."

-Hugh Reilly, PGA Life Member

 

Features: The Randy Meyers Golf Stretching Pole
• Sets the proper angle
• Reduces hand pressure during the stretch.
• Preferred by PGA tour pros and top teachers.

FULL SWING STRETCH

Extend pole 2" over your head Stand up straight with feet shoulder width apart and knees slightly flexed Hold arms out straight in front of you Place bottom of pole where the ball be teed up

Turn to full back swing position Keep left arm straight Keep right knee inside foot Keep head centered To increase coil and turn, draw bottom of pole close to right foot progressively Hold for thirty seconds
For maximum stretching drop to a sitting position slowly. You will feel additional back stretching Hold for another thirty seconds
Swing to finished position Keep right arm straight Belt buckle facing target Right foot up on toe Back straight, stand tall Head faces target Hold for thirty seconds

ACROSS CHEST STRETCH

Fully extend Pole Stand up straight with feet shoulder width apart Knees slightly bent Place pole in left hand 2 inches in front of left foot Right hand on hip

Extend left arm straight Swing arm across body Place right hand plam down on pole Waist high keep hips square Pull back on pole with right hand And flex knees slightly Hold for thitry seconds

REPEAT FOR OTHER SIDE

 

What’s the difference between the tour model and the standard model?

The tour model is the same as the standard model with the exception of the removable handle with a stainless steel spring. The pros and their trainers like the tour model because it allows them to set the proper wrist angle at the top of the back swing. This is much more natural and serves to reduce pressure in the small muscles of your hands and arms which in turn engages the big muscles of the shoulders, back and abs. The use of these big muscles is essential to a powerful and repeatable centrifugal golf swing.

How will the Golf Stretching Pole benefit my golf swing?

The Golf Stretching Pole will increase your ability to make a fuller turn of the upper body which in turn will allow you to generate more clubhead speed. A full shoulder turn is when your back is turned to the target with a straight but relaxed left arm and your weight favors the inside of your right foot. A great way to practice this is in full length mirror. This allows you to check your positioning and balance. This is the ideal position from which to make a powerful downswing through the ball with the big muscles of your legs, abs and back in that order. When golfers start using the stretching pole, their first tendency is to hang on the pole and hold on tight with the hands. Your goal should be to reach a fully turned position while holding the pole loosely in your hands with your core muscles, not your hands and arms, supporting your turn. A good way to check this would be to stretch to a fully turned backswing position and deliberately loosen your hand pressure. If you feel your core muscles tighten, then you are holding on too tight with your hands and arms. When you can make a full backswing with a straight left arm while barely holding onto the pole, you have achieved your goal.

How long does it take for the Golf Stretching Pole to affect my swing?

After using the stretching pole for just minutes, you will immediately see increased club head speed because of your increased ability to turn. This will encourage most people to continue to develop their turn to its full potential. The ligaments and muscles of the human body are very elastic, but only if the range of motion is maintained through repeated stretching. The more you use the stretching pole, the easier it will become to achieve a fully turned position at the top of the backswing. Because of the residual factor in stretching it becomes progressively easier the more you stretch. Conversely, your muscles have a tendency to return to a resting position, and over a period of non-activity, your range of motion will decrease. The very best use of the Golf Stretching Pole is to do the full swing stretch, both backswing and follow through just before hitting every tee shot. In this way you will have the full immediate benefit of the stretch.

Can I use the Golf Stretching Pole during a competitive round of Golf?

In a letter dated March 7, 2006 and signed by Dick Rugge, the Senior Technical Director, the USGA, referring to decision 2006-155, stated that the Golf Stretching Pole “conforms to USGA Rules.” The Golf Stretching Pole conforms to Rule 14-3 and may be used during play. What is the difference between the men’s and ladies’ model? The only difference is the diameter of the pole and the color. The pole is the same length with a slightly smaller diameter grip for those with smaller hands.
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By Bd57 from Florida on 09/22/2012
Pros: Does what it's intended to do
Cons: Cost
Recommended: Yes
Honestly, none of us "need" to spend this kind of $ to stretch & if the only place you use this is at home, then you may want to get a length of wood or pipe and "do it yourself."

If, however, you've gotten to that point in life where stretching before you warm up, hit balls, etc. is "helpful," then the fact you can easily carry the pole in most golf bags is a big plus.

Don't know about the "spring extension" - makes sense, just wonder how it will hold up over time.
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Poor construction of unit itself
By ChrisCYWG from Winnipeg on 09/24/2011
Pros: Loosens you up and stretches the muscles great
Cons: Poor construction inernally
Recommended: Yes
The unit itself does exactly what its supposed to do... internally mine was poorly constructed. The unit incorporaates a twist lock system which allows you to adjust the height of the pole... you turn it one way to loosed, the other way to tigthen to length..What happened with mine was the plastic cap inside the adjustable pole came out! So the pole was essentially locked in place where it was full stretched out... The only way I could fix the problem was to physically dismantle the pole from the top. I ended up having to cut the grip off, take a small piece of PVC out which stops the pole from extending too far upward (I needed to take the grip out because this is screwed in and had no access to it without cutting the grip off) Then I had to push the expander out from the bottom up... It was clear that whomever assembled my pole did not push the piece of plastic with the expander all the way into the adjustable pole, and it was a matter of time before it popped off.. I JB welded it in and pushed it all the way in a good 2 inches vs the 1/2 inch it was only in before... I reassembeled the whole unit, and used bicycle cork handlebar tape as my new grip.. which is more comfortable than the supplied grip in my opinion... The unit is now working as it should... I did contact the company directly via email about a new grip over a month ago when this happened, but have yet to hear a reply... I would recommend it provided yours is assembled properly!
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By Dave G from Dublin, Ireland on 09/02/2011
Pros: Easy To Use, Very Practical
Recommended: Yes
Personally I 've found this stretching pole to be a great support to my game. I always scored poorly in the opening holes and put this down to being stiff. I use this pole for 5 mins before tee off and found a much smoother swing and ultimately scoring better.
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