two critical key areas of the perfect swing.

#1: Downswing Move

With the objective of, “swing the club between the gates without touching the sponges” your learning system is working how it should. It’s going to do a whole lot of positive things and most of this will be without your conscious input (it’s automatic).

The perfect downswing move. Balance, control and power. And it can happen as naturally as throwing a ball or riding a bike.

Just for starters you’re not going to want to slide, lunge or perform some stupid move back to the ball. Doing so will result in a sponge being struck. Your downswing will remain balanced and in control. Nice.

Here’s the shot from behind.

Every great player who has played the game has reached this position (or something very close). You can too with the Swing Trainer.

See how the clubhead is behind the hands? This is the “classic late hit” position and is the exact position every good player gets in (go on, check out some pictures).

It’s also considered to be “on plane” and from here you get longer and straighter shots. With the FSP Trainer this position is all but guaranteed. How can I be so sure? Because you’re human and learning is normal for you. No human alive can possibly use this device and NOT get positive results.

There’s no complicated mathematics, stupid positions or swing theories to concern yourself with. You have ONE simple objective and achieving this leads to perfection. You can and will get better. Golf will become easier and you are simplifying the game in a way that will allow you to make serious progress.

#2 : Impact/Finish

This is the moment of truth. If you get this right then you’re well on you way to playing better golf. And each time you make a successful pass though the FSP Trainer you know you’ve done well.

A nice swing. Golf should be no harder than throwing a ball to a target. With the Swing Trainer your golf learning becomes simpler and more effective.

And it really doesn’t matter how you grip or stand. Ultimately it doesn’t matter how you swing, as long as you can get the club between the gates you’ll have an ideal swing. In fact, I have found many other parts of your swing will improve quite naturally. Your learning system readily adopts better technique because it’s so focused on achieving that objective: get the club through the foam gates without hitting them.

How good is that?

You can focus less on all those crazy swing theories you have been thinking about in the past and focus your attention on ONE simple objective – “get the club between the gates”.

All this leads to achieving The Flat Spot Principle. The FSP puts less sidespin on the ball and pure backspin. All this equals longer and straighter shots. You’ll have way more control and the ball will find the target by default. If you’re thinking this is how the best players are able to make the game look so easy, then you’d be correct.

They have the confidence to swing freely because they know the ball is going to find the target. The harder they swing the further the ball goes. Achieving the FSP is the biggest secret in golf and it’s virtually never spoken of.

If playing better golf is important to you or you’re simply fed up with inconsistent golf, then start working on your FSP today, you’ll never look back.

A bonus little insight/lesson

Here’s a bonus little golf lesson you can use right away. Take this in because it too is vitally important.

Another myth dispelled: You don’t want active forearm rotation during the release phase of the swing. Doing so closes the club abruptly and makes accuracy extremely difficult. You want a “passive” release, where the forearms feel like they don’t rotate. When your forearms touch (see left) you’ll have a hard time getting the ball to find the target.Also places further strain on your wrist and elbow joints. And from here you’ll lack confidence and not be able to swing freely.

Make some swings and feel like your forearms a nice and passive. You can still generate plenty of speed.