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Maintain Your Spine Angle

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the Golf Spine Angle and How to Acquire a Feel for It
By Robert S. (Bob) Doyle and Dave Tutelman

Article Summary:

Today, more than ever, a golfer can read, see photos, observe videos and hear from the pros and TV analysts, a great deal of information about the golf spine angle and its importance to the golf swing. This article will fully explain the concept of the golf spine angle and offer a valuable tip that will enable the golfer to gain a feel for her/his unique spine angle. read more


Golfer Using the PRO-HEAD Trainer Corrects His Sway.

Thought I would pass on this comment from Larry Moss, golfer from Wall, NJ, received May 29, 2017.

“I heard about the PRO-HEAD 2 Trainer and gave it a try. Feedback was eye-opening and instantaneous. I had not realized I was swaying forward (as well as backward) which caused my hands to get ahead of the ball and not getting the club face square. PRO-HEAD quickly revealed these flaws as well as others and I could not be more delighted with the product. I am beginning to show rapid improvement and I am again enjoying the game. Thank you PRO-HEAD. LARRY MOSS. read more


Young Golfers Improve Their Golf Swings With the PRO-HEAD 2 Trainer

Pro Zack Anderton offers golf lessons at Palm Beach County’s Okeeheelee Golf Course in West Palm Beach, FL. Zack also spends much time with the Junior Golf Foundation of America (JGFA), founded by LPGA Pro Donna White and PGA Pro Bobby Brown in 1995. The mission of the JGFA is to provide all children the opportunity to learn and play the game of golf.

Ten year old Jack Nicklaus learned the importance of keeping his head behind the ball through impact from his Pro Jack Grout. Grout grabbed young Jack by his hair, held tightly and made Jack hit balls for three hours until Jack cried. Utilizing the same technique, but without the hair grabbing, Bob Doyle invented and introduced the PRO-HEAD Trainer. read more


Testing out the @ProHead2Trainer

This video shows a golfer using the Pro-Head 2 Trainer and getting instant feedback of his faulty head movement. Watch closely as the golfer starts his transition and downswing. You will see his head back away from the foam cylinder, thereby losing his spine angle. To correct this fault, the golfer must make repetitions of his swing, with or without hitting balls, while maintaining slight pressure with his forehead against the foam. Soon this swing will become natural to him and he will maintain his spine angle and keep a steady head. read more


PRO-HEAD 2 TRAINER AT THE 2017 PGA MERCHANDISE SHOW

We just returned from the 2017 PGA Merchandise Show held in Orlando, FL Jan. 25-27 where our PRO-HEAD 2 Trainer was exhibited in the NEW PRODUCT ZONE and demonstrated in our Booth with our Distributor, GOLF AROUND THE WORLD.

We were pleased to hear from existing customers who improved their swings. Also from many PROS who offered success stories with their clients and students. Ryan McGwyer, PGA Pro and Instructor with GolfTEC in Louisiana said: “the PRO-HEAD 2 Trainer may be the best training aid on the planet. Students immediately get the feel of a steady head.” read more


THE VERSATILE NEW PRO-HEAD 2 TRAINER OFFERS GOLFERS FOUR NEW CAPABILITIES AT NO EXTRA COST

The recently launched, new and improved PRO-HEAD 2 Trainer offers golfers and golf instructors four useful improvements over the original model.
1. The foam cylinder easily rotates into a vertical or horizontal position by simply pressing two compression buttons and turning the lower arm 90 degrees. Between the two positions of the cylinder, golfers can get instant feedback on ANY head movement.
Or they can place their heads on either side of the vertical foam cylinder to correct a faulty forward head movement or backward head movement.
This vertical position of the foam cylinder is also useful for golfers who utilize the “power squat.” Such skilled golfers will get instant feedback on how much their heads are moving down and away from the foam, as they enter into their power squat impact zone.
2. The engraved height adjusting holes are lettered from A to S so that golfers can easily replace the height strut into the lettered hole for their correct and desired posture height.
3. The additional height adjusting holes Q, R and S, were added to the lower pole so that the foam cylinder can be lowered to the height of a golfer’s butt. By putting the PH2T behind you and putting your butt against the foam, you can get feedback on whether you are ‘early
extending’. Use this feature to avoid early extension and keep your spine angle, eliminate sway, and pivot correctly. Lou Guzzi, 2013 National PGA Teacher of the Year, refers to this feature as TTC or Total Tush Control.”
4. The PH2T is 54” high and weighs only 15 pounds so that it can easily be carried, moved and used anywhere, indoors or outdoors. Golfers can exercise, train or swing, with or without a club, with or without hitting real or plastic balls. read more


Ten minutes a day will train you to maintain your spine angle and keep a steady head for golf

Golf experts tell us that to improve one’s swing, golfers must first gain a repeatable swing.  Golfers must learn to swing pretty much the same way with every swing and with every club.  Yes the swing plane may vary from driver to wedge.  But the take away, backswing, transition, impact, release and follow through remain pretty much the same.  These aspects of the swing must rotate around a steady head, a head that remains behind the ball through impact. And golfers must maintain their spine angles. read more