Sure-Set Swing Training Aid
Inventing the Sure-Set Golf Training Aid
"To Feel is to Understand, to Repeat is to Own." - Dan Frost
The Sure-Set golf training aid was invented by one of the UK’s leading PGA Professionals, Dan Frost: The Sure-Set golf swing trainer started life through an idea I had to help a recurring swing fault. I wanted golfers to feel true width and match up their arms and turn. The first Sure-Set I made was crafted from wood and bound together using materials from a DIY store. After building a few of these swing trainer golf clubs and seeing amazing results, I soon had people asking if they could have one, and so the business was born.
Dan wanted to transform the learning experience for golfers from an analytical one, which is often complicated by technical thoughts and confusion, into something very simple that they could feel and repeat with clarity.
I designed the Sure-Set golf trainer to help golfers establish a better understanding of the golf swing. To learn a new movement in the swing, you need to establish a new motor pattern. This is a movement that will eventually function automatically. This process only happens through extreme repetition, creating the chemical myelin, which enhances the neural pathway/connection until it is more prominent than the previous move. The Sure-Set swing trainer golf club is the perfect way of increasing your opportunity to practice little and often, ensuring that you can transition to your new swing efficiently with lasting effects.
The beauty of the Sure-Set golf training aid is that it works for many different types and styles of swings (from one/two-plane to A-swing and stack and tilt), as it can be set up with different configurations and widths for use with a variety of drills. This swing trainer golf club is versatile, giving options for an early or late set, working with the individual flexion of a player’s wrists to establish a constant radius, the common denominator to all great swings. It acts as a continual reminder of how your bio-mechanically correct swing move should feel.