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toonarmy

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Snapped wrist tendons ahoy!

Can't see this being much practical use. It is going to feel so unnatural that no muscle memory will be retained and as soon as it comes off, you'll go back to normality.

Of course, I could be wrong...now where have my F.A.S.T. irons gone?
 

DCB

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Wait a minute here htl, it's all very well that you have admitted being a forum tart but trying to lead the rest of us into such sinfull behaviour.. tut tut!
 

Dave3498

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It's probably an illegal aid for competion under R&A rules, but may help in practise. There's an old tip on similar lines which involves putting a 6" rule down the back of your glove to stop the wrist arching.
 

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can i say that while the majority of the replies are dissing this piece of kit , it has just came to me that this is a defect in my swing, cocking my wrists to much
 

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It's probably an illegal aid for competion under R&A rules, but may help in practise. There's an old tip on similar lines which involves putting a 6" rule down the back of your glove to stop the wrist arching.

Arching (or cupping) the wrist is not a swing defect. Some golfers cup their wrist (eg. me), some have a bowed wrist (eg. Tiger)
 
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