The Swing Extender fastens around your bicep on the trail arm (right arm for a right-handed golfer) just above the elbow, putting the golfer in a 90-degree “power-angle” at the top of the backswing. This position creates a wide arc promoting greater length and accuracy. This 90 degree “power-angle” prevents the golfer’s lead arm (left arm for a right-handed golfer) from breaking down or collapsing at the top of the backswing, one of the leading, contributing factors to reduced distance.
The Swing Extender is designed for golfers of every level, from beginner, all the way up to touring professional. It has been used by some of golf’s biggest names, including six-time major champion Phil Mickelson and Golf Digest Top 5 instructor, Mike Bender.
How to Use
- Prepare Swing Extender: Remove your Swing Extender from the box and loosen the velcro enough to create a loop for step 2.
- Positioning: Put your trail arm (right arm for a right handed golfer) through the loop created by the velcro strap with the right angle positioned near the inner elbow joint.
- Secure: The Swing Extender mold should sit on the lower extremity of the bicep. Once positioned correctly, fasten the velcro strap to the desired tension. The closer you position the right angle of the Swing Extender to the elbow the more restrictive your backswing will be.
- Elevate Your Game: Start putting yourself in the ‘Power Position’ every time!