PlaneSWING :: Raise your game!

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PLANESWING

Designed to give you an instant feel for the perfect golf swing by ingraining a repetitive motion, PlaneSWING is the True Swing Plane Trainer.


It provides you with a better understanding of the golf swing and teaches you how to apply a quick fix when you need it during a round. What’s more, it all fits perfectly at home.

Just ask Aberdeenshire golfer William Wallace. He bought a PlaneSWING at the 2014 Scottish Golf Show and hasn’t looked back. Within six months of buying it, he had been crowned the winner of the club championship at Longside Golf Club and his handicap had also seen an improvement.
"This was the first one that both looked and felt right to me when I tried it" - William Wallace

“I was introduced to it last year and that was the first time I had ever seen it in person,” said Wallace. “I had seen a number of gizmos and gadgets before that which all claimed to help improve your game but this was the first one that both looked and felt right to me when I tried it.”

It was the simplicity of the PlaneSWING that really attracted the 35-year-old, who enjoys that there are no technical aspects. "You just feel what it does as opposed to thinking about it," he added.

After only using it for a couple of minutes each day, Wallace has seen a big difference in his game, especially in his iron play. His handicap has reduced from five down to three, and he was impressed that it all happened so quickly.

And what about when he’s not using it? Well, it’s easy to store and folds down small enough to fit neatly into his garage. He can even fit it into his car if he wants to take it anywhere, while the wheels on the bottom mean he can do so with minimal fuss.

PlaneSWING :: Pricing and availability


Prices start at £499. For more information and how to buy, visit planeswing.com or call PlaneSWING on 01604 830880.

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