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Does the Medicus club improve your golf swing?


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2015-07-15 20:54:43
2015-07-15 20:54:43
Medicus Club Improves Swing?In my 15 years of teaching golf professionally and over 30 years in learning this is one of the best teaching aids available. Very difficult to master, but excellent in terms of just swinging or hitting balls. AnotherI have one, and I like it a lot. I've become GREAT at the range. Still can't play worth a crap.

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They claim it is a new and improved club that will help improve your swing and send the ball on a smoother, and more accurate path insuring an improvement to your overall game.

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You can find the Medicus golf swing trainer online at the official Medicus website. They offer a variety of both swing trainers and golf trainers and a full list of services and products can be seen on their website.

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The medicus dual hinge 5 iron and driver actually help with your swing plane a grip; two essential elements to the golf swing. Definitely recommended!


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