The Swing Plate Dual Pro Bundle
The Swing Plate Dual Pro Plate Limited Edition has been designed after several coaches suggested a Swing Plate that was both compatible for their Swing Plate Alignment Sticks as well as their Swing Plate Extension Pole.
The Swing Plate Dual Pro Plate eliminates the need for two base units.
Developed by a PGA Professional to help you with your game.
Hold and Adjust the angle of your alignment stick on any surface.
Included in The Swing Plate Dual Pro Bundle:
1 x The Swing Plate Dual Pro Plate
*Please note the alignment sticks are yellow
This product qualifies for Free UK Next Day Delivery
Order by 2:00 pm on Monday 11th December for free delivery on Tuesday 12th December
The Swing Plate Dual Pro Plate creates a functional ‘swing plane window’ and a tool to provide swing feedback.
The Swing Plate Dual Pro Plate is a ‘drill station’ for both coach and golfer.
“The Swing Plate is an invaluable tool for every level of golfer. It is both portable and versatile, with many different uses.
It’s in my coaching bag wherever I am in the world”
– Liam James – Brand Ambassador, European & PGA Tour Coach.
PRACTICE WITH PRECISION
THE QUALITY CONSTRUCTION ALLOWS FOR CONSISTENT AND PRECISE PRACTICE. NO TOOLS ARE REQUIRED.
VERY SIMPLE TO ADJUST BY HAND FOR BOTH RH & LH GOLFERS.
SWING PLATE DRILLS:
If you have a ‘flat’ backswing; to work on the functional swing plane, simply place a golf ball 1 club-head length away from the alignment stick that’s on the floor & adjust your other alignment stick so it is matching your shaft address position with the club you are using.
Place The Swing Plate behind you and angle it so your alignment stick is about 3 inches to the target side of your target leg. Your goal on the downswing is to nudge into it.
Place your Swing Plate behind you and angle your alignment stick next to your trail leg or hip. Your goal should be to make a backswing without touching the stick.
Unwanted Head Movement
You will need to join 2 alignment sticks together or use a cane, but by placing a stick against your head you can monitor any unwanted head movement.
If you tend to lift your arms up instead of rotating your body on the backswing, you can place your golf ball about 1 clubhead width inside the alignment stick that is on the floor. Your goal is to turn your body and arms together so the club goes underneath the angled stick which is at the same angle as the club shaft you are using.