What is AccuHit?
The AccuHit is a patented golfers
grip enhancing device which works on all club makes from drivers
to all irons.
The AccuHit is designed to fit
all grips and can be used on all clubs. This portable training
device is slipped onto the grip of the golf club and modifies
the users finger grip clenching pressure.
What Does AccuHit Do?
The AccuHit allows for a constant
mildly firm grip to be placed on the golf club. This in turn
allows for a tension free forearm and shoulder, as well as supple
wrist hinging on the golfers dominant side. The AccuHit becomes
the resting point for the thumb and index finger for both left,
and right-handed golfers. This repositioning of the thumb and
index finger reduces the amount of unnecessary, and undetectable
pinching pressure exerted on the club. This pinching of the club
with thumb and forefinger can destroy a golfers swing.
SunGolf Magazine calls the
AccuHit a "small price to pay for the confidence necessary
to pull off that next shot for money." - Read
Traditionally, without conscious
awareness many golfers overuse their thumb and forefinger, which
in turn influences and dominates their entire swing. This excessive
tension triggers the major muscle groups of that side of the
body and contributes to poor swing performance as well as a loss
of club speed, clubface aperture and square-ness through the
downswing. Blocking out any of the pincer finger (index finger
and thumb) pressure with the AccuHit will result in the desired
ball flight, accuracy, direction and distance.
The column at right and below
now features a selection of current reviews on the AccuHit training
device. Professional Golf magazines from the United States, Canada,
and Asia have been reviewing the AccuHit training device, and
we suggest you have a look at what they had to say.
Read what others have to say
trying every hook cure I could think of I finally and in despair
pulled out the Accuhit. Immediately the hook disappeared! With
the hook gone I found the fairway again and scores in the low
seventies returned (as well as my smile). In addition to taking
out of play the pincher fingers, I've noticed that the Accuhit
puts my right hand and arm in that sidearm throwing motion Ben
Hogan touts on pg 97 of my tatered paperback copy of the Five
Modern Fundamentals of Golf.
the years I have taken many golf lessons and purchased a few
golf aids. These include: Leadbetter's Lazer guide (completely
useless for me and hey you can't use it outside in the daylight),
Jim Flick's Swing Gyde (not bad as it gets the toe of my club
down at the top of my swing but is really hard to hit shots with),
The Kallassey (sent it back, useless) and so on. With the Accuhit
I get the clubface in the proper postion in relation to my left
forearm at the top and then release the club appropriately at
the bottom. I can use it with any club in the bag, and it costs
far less than any of those other products I mentioned. The only
problem is that my friends either want to borrow or hide it from
me. Yesterday it went missing for several hours before it mysteriously
turned up on the dashboard of my car post practice and round.
So next week I'll be ordering another Accuhit just in case.
again. Your Golfing Friend in the Green Mt State of Vermont,
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