When you draw back the Swing Wizzard, the club head on the bottom should be parallel to the ball target line. If it is, that means the club at the top of your back swing is in the square position, exactly where you want it to be. Practice for ten minutes before a range session and you’ll be well on your way to becoming a straighter shooting, crisp ball striking machine.
The bottom line is the immediate visual feedback the wizzard gives your swing confidence while also helping to train your muscle memory. The weight and balance of the club also helps with tempo and rhythm and so when you switch back to a regular club you’ll be primed. You can also practice with it in the confines of your office but it is quite long so be sure to test out the swing radius indoors in super slo-mo first so you won’t break any lamps or fixtures. Our Swing Wizzard video should be up next week.