This training aid proved to be exactly what I needed to start lowering my scores. I am a high handicapper. During lessons with a pro he could not understand why my practise swings were perfect but when I stepped up the ball, I would hit it very poorly almost missing it at times. He suggested I work on not hitting the ball but trying to return the club face to the address position and simply pulling it through the impact zone. In my case easier said than done with a ball in front of you. At this point I went shopping for a training aid. ITHG had proven to me previously to be a very reliable source and ordered the Swingrite from them. The Swingrite first got me working on and developing my tempo and not trying to hit a ball. I try to swing it a couple dozen times before I go to the range or to play a round. I find that my mind and body get locked into the tempo and simply trying to complete a smooth swing. This carries over to the range and the course where I do not have the physical and mental lockup as I used to trying to hit the ball. The frquency is greatly reduced and the bad shots are not neaarly as bad. I also find it very useful in warming up as well.
The handicap is now moving in the right direction.