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"As a PGA professional I believe this training device allows the student to work on their own with this aid, with little to no instruction from the golf pro." - Mark Moretti, (PGA Professional)

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The TourAngle144 is the best...

The TourAngle144 is the best golf swing training aid used by tour professionals and amateurs to improve golf swing consistency, power, accuracy and success on the course. It is a new way to think about how to swing the golf club, from your pitching wedge to your driver. At the heart of this unique golf swing training aid, is a concept that is founded in the swings of the best tour players in the PGA.

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The Backswing
The Downswing

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Golf Club Apparatus


A golf club apparatus is an important tool used by golfers to improve their golf swing, but one that needs to be selected carefully. It can be a golf swing training aid, an alignment mat, or a video golf swing analysis of your swing. Which ever golf club apparatus you use, you will need to be sure that it teaches you the correct muscle memory. The golf club apparatus that is known as the best in the industry, is the Tour Angle 144. Developed by a former aerospace engineer and a top 100 golf instructor, the Tour Angle 144 sets the proper positions and movements that PGA Tour Players achieve every time. The orientation of the golf club to your forearms, to your shoulders, to your spine, to your hips, to your legs, is what will determine how the club is initially moved. The takeaway that most pros execute is a one piece takeaway, and is what the Tour Angle 144 golf club apparatus can accurately teach. The best players are able to execute a one piece takeaway and "hold the angle" on the backswing, until the golf club is parallel to the ground. This insures a full shoulder turn, and sets you up for power, and an increase distance for your driver, irons, and all your clubs. Holding the angle on the downswing is equally important. When you break your wrists too early, it is called Casting, and will lead to slicing the golf ball. The Tour Angle 144 golf swing trainer will cure you of this dreaded move.


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