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Golf Swing Training Aids

Ripp Stix   In-to-Out Swing Trainer


Improve Your Swing Path and Eliminate Your Slice

One of the most common complaints from golfers is slicing the ball. Slicing is a result of casting the club and coming over the top of the shot. The Ripp Stix In-to-Out Swing Trainer will help you develop the feel of a proper placement of the club on the backswing, and the timing and tempo you need on the downswing to avoid casting and get that club swinging in-to-out.

Impact Control Pad

Stop Fat and Thin Shots

The most important part of any golf shot is the impact or hit. Even if you have the world's best swing but a bad impact, you won't have a good golf shot. The Impact Control Pad was developed to help every golfer develop a truer impact, and as a result, achieve more distance and better accuracy. Eliminate those fat and thin shots today with the Impact Control Pad.

Eliminate Slices and Pulls

In-to-Out Swing Path Stix


Slices and pulls result from coming over the top in the swing.  The In-to-Out Swing Path Stix with help you eliminate these undesirable shots by providing visual, audible, and tactile feedback as you train to develop a proper in-to-out swing path.  The Swing Path Stix can be used at the range while hitting balls or in your backyard just training with your club.  The sticks and bases are durable and easily disassembled to fit into your golf bag.

"I've spent hundreds of dollars on lessons to stop my out-to-in swing and was never able to fix it.  When I saw your swing trainer on your website, I was a little skeptical, but I figured it was worth a try for the price.  After using this trainer everyday for a week, I finally was able to hit my first real draw.  Thanks for a training aid that really works."    --Derrick T., Erie, PA

"I've struggled with fat shots for a while.  It was discouraging to go out to play and lose distance on my shots because I kept hitting behind the ball.  It took a little practice, but I can now make contact with the ball without hitting the board.  Best of all, I can see the improvement on the course.  The board is now a regular part of my practice routine."    

  --Andi W., Cleveland, OH

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