Power Swing Power Fan by Maurice Allen
Without question, the Power Swing Fan is one of the easiest and most effective products for increasing distance and control available on the market today.
The Power Swing Fan golf swing trainer uses four fins to create progressive resistance, teaching you to accelerate smoothly through the ball. This improves tempo and develops increased clubhead speed. One of the all time great fan swing training aids.
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Without question, the Power Swing Fan is one of the easiest and most effective products for increasing distance and control available on the market today. Simply pick it up and swing it 20-25 times a day, and you’ll be on your way to better technique, longer drives and lower scores.
- Works for Right and Left handed gofers.
With a proper backswing, the player will take the Swing Fan back smoothly, keeping the arms extended until the shaft angle reaches about 45 degrees. The air resistance from the fins will discourage the player from ‘picking the club up’
At this point, the right arm will begin to fold. At the top of the swing the player should strive to keep their left arm extended, and the right arm in a good 90 degree position.
Again, the natural air resistance from the fins will encourage the player to follow the path of least resistance and start the downswing correctly. The right elbow and hands will drop as if they had the air let of of them, keeping the hands cocked in a powerful pre-impact position.
Release and Finish
Immediately following impact, the Swing Fan should rotate counterclockwise. This will put you in an extended ‘shake hands’ position. Properly extending your arms is critical to optomise distance, control, weight transfer and accuracy.
Finish the swing in a relaxed manner, allowing the arms to fold the hands over the left shoulder. The weight should be about 90% on the left foot, with the right foot coming off the ground onto the toe.
PGA Master Professional, Dr. Gary Wiren says “Within 2-3 weeks you should be able to feel more control of the club, hitting longer and straighter shots. you won’t be dissapointed; I guarantee it! Good golfing”