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New PRO-HEAD 2 Trainer Is Now In Stock and Ready for Immediate Delivery

Forever Better Golf Inc. is pleased to report that the new and improved PRO-HEAD 2 Trainer is now in stock at our fulfillment center and is ready for immediate shipment.

The redesign, improvements and required manufacturing quality checks took longer than anticipated.But we are certain you will find the new product to have been worth the wait. Above is a silhouette photo of the new PH2T showing some of the improvements. As with the original PRO-HEAD Trainer the PH2T comes with both the Foam and the Hat Attachments. A FREE sand bag is also included to make it easy to move the unit, which weighs only 15 pounds when not filled with water or sand. read more


New and Improved PRO-HEAD 2 Trainer to be available Nov. 23, 2016

We are pleased to announce that the new and improved PRO-HEAD 2 Trainer (PH2T) will be ready for shipment on or about Nov. 23, 2016.

The PH2 is smaller, lighter, less expensive and assembles quickly and easily in less than 5 minutes with the single tool provided. Other new features include:
– lettered holes for the height adjuster strut for ease of relocating the strut to your desired and custom height
– the horizontal foam “wall” rotates 90 degrees so it can also be set in a vertical position.
– lower holes in the pole, that allow the PH2T to be used as a butt block to eliminate sway. read more


Tour Pro Swings Show Good Spine Angle

The best swings on the professional Tours have really good maintenance of spine angle. Here are a few of the recognized fine swings, to set a good example.

Sean O’Hair Swing Analysis

Here is a video of a pro golfer doing a great job of maintaining his spine angle. This aspect of the golf swing is extremely important to enable the golfer to see the ball at impact. Not seeing the ball at impact can result in whiffs, fat shots, topped shots, slices, duck hooks, and other errant hits.
Ask yourself:”how can you hit something you don’t see?” Maintaining the same spine angle from the time you address the ball to well after impact and keeping your head back and behind the ball, enables you to see the ball at impact. These aspects of the swing will result in more consistent, solid and straight hits. read more

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Tom Watson’s Secret to the Golf Swing

Although somewhat in a joking manner, Tom Watson is serious about the importance of maintaining a constant spine angle. In a recent article in Golf Digest, Tom writes that “in bad swings the golfer loses his spine angle. The head moves up and down too much causing the body weight to go to the heels or toes.”

The PRO-HEAD® trainer will help the new golfer and the high handicap golfer develop the feel and the muscle memory for maintaining that constant spine angle. PRO-HEAD® will enable the scratch and low handicap golfer to check on the spine angle, particularly when the golfer is going through a slump or period of poor golf. There is a good chance that such poor golf is due to the fact that the golfer is coming up or off a constant spine angle.

The PRO-HEAD® Trainer will help you maintain your spine angle……..guaranteed. read more


Quick Demo of the PRO-HEAD Trainer



We were in Orlando at the PGA show in January 2011. We had a Pro-Head Trainer there; everybody saw how and why it works — and they loved it!

In case you didn’t make it, here is the video we showed to demonstrate how the Pro-Head Trainer works.

PRO-HEAD® will enable you to hit more solid shots and lower your handicap……..guaranteed.

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Martin Hall tells you all about the Pro-Head Trainer



Martin Hall was already a noted instructor (including the PGA Teacher of the Year in 2008) when he was awarded his own regular show on The Golf Channel’s ‘Golf Academy’. Martin is a believer in the Pro-Head Trainer, and uses it to teach his own students. Here he shows you why and how the Pro-Head Trainer will make a difference in your golf game.

PRO-HEAD® will enable you to hit more solid shots and lower your handicap……..guaranteed.


Five Tips for Using Your Pro-Head Trainer

These were taped at the Ibis Golf and Country Club, with Martin Hall and Bob Doyle.

Tip 1 – Short game practice.

You can use the Pro-Head Trainer for your short game practice as well as the full swing. That includes putting, chips, and short and medium pitches. After all, your head has to stay still for the short game, too. Martin Hall shows you how to practice.

Tip 2 – Importance of spine angle.

Maintaining spine angle is important; we all know that by now. But exactly how much spine angle is optimum? Martin Hall shows us.

Tip 3 – What if your posture is too low?

If your spine angle is too horizontal, your club path will be too much from the inside to out. Martin Hall demonstrates. read more

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Bob Doyle tells the story of the Pro-Head Trainer


Bob Doyle is the inventor of the Pro-Head Trainer and the president of our company. Here he tells you the story of how he came to invent the Trainer, and how you can use it to help your golf game.

PRO-HEAD® will enable you to hit more solid shots and lower your handicap……..guaranteed.


Why Frontal Spine Angle Must Increase

By Dave Tutelman

Somax Sports has on their web site a number of articles implying that the frontal spine angle at impact should be as close as possible to the frontal spine angle at address. Among their assertions:

  • Hank Haney taught Tiger to increase his frontal spine angle more than before, and that is the reason Tiger had to learn to yell, “Fore, right!”
  • Ben Hogan never actually used as much frontal spine angle as shown in the famous picture in his “Five Lessons” book.

I buy the notion that there is such a thing as too much increase in frontal spine angle. But… The frontal spine angle must increase in a proper swing. Cutting the increase too much is even worse than leaving a large increase. Here’s the reasoning.

The pair of pictures above is of my own swing, one at address and the other at impact. I have twice as much frontal spine tilt at impact as I do at address (14º vs 7º). I absolutely need it in order to make a proper swing. The reasoning is a few basic principles, followed by very basic physics and geometry. read more


What Is Most Important About Head Movement During the Golf Swing?

Much has been written and said about head movement and its role in the golf swing. This article offers a thorough video review of head movement during the swings of golfing greats, Palmer, Snead, Nicklaus, Woods, Mickelson and up and coming young golfers.

Much has been written and said about head movement and its role in the golf swing. Jack Nicklaus said that the head should remain “rock, steady still.” Yet a video analysis of his swing shows that he actually moves it to the right or away from the ball during his backswing but he stays behind the ball through impact. Sam Snead said you should “swing around the head but keep it in its same place at set-up.” And he actually did. His head remained very still during his backswing, transition, downswing and through impact. It is not until after impact does Sammy’s head move a little forward, upward and away from the target line. read more