|Model: SKLZ Power Sleeve
Price: $29.99 each
|Description: The SKLZ Power Sleeve turns any club into a weighted club.
|Loosen up before your round, build golf muscles and flexibility, and even hit balls to identify and fix swing flaws. You can use the Power Sleeve on your own clubs and it allows for hitting balls.
|Review: We have been big fans of weighted clubs for years now and have always used them consistently to build strength to golf specific muscles during the off season. It has never been real convenient to use traditional weighted clubs to warm up with before because of having to squeeze it into your golf bag with your other golf clubs. The SKLZ Power Sleeve is a great replacement for these traditional weighted clubs. The biggest advantage is being able to use it on your existing clubs. All you do is slip in onto the shaft of your club and secure it with the velcro straps and it is ready to use. Additionally, you can put it inside your golf bag so itâ€™s easily accessible before a round in order to warm up and get loose. Many of the traditional weighted clubs are limited to off-course use because you can’t hit balls with them. The Power Sleeve allows you to use it to warm as well as train your golf specific muscles. One of our staff members uses it as part of his pre-round ritual. He will put the Power Sleeve on his wedge, take a few swings with it to get loose then will start hitting balls very lightly which not only builds strength and loosens muscles, it promotes a very good tempo before your round. The added weight ingrains the feel of a correct swing path which improves ball striking. We have been to several PGA events over the past few years and have spotted several professionals using the Power Sleeve during their warm up time on the range. We give the SKLZ Power Sleeve high marks for itâ€™s design, portability, ease of use and price point. For additional information on the SKLZ Power Sleeve and their entire lineup of training aids, visit their website, www.sklz.com.
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