Golf tip of the week: Looking for more distance? A chute trainer can help
Ninety percent of my students ask me how to get more distance. There are many training aids and ways to increase distance. But the most effective way I have found is the chute trainer.
It’s simple in design and weighs a couple of ounces.
The chute trainer attaches to the shaft of any club and works as a drag chute when you swing it. Just five to 10 swings will increase clubhead speed by 10 to 15 miles per hour and improve a golfer’s follow through. It’s also a great warmup tool on the first tee. Five to 10 practice swings using the chute trainer is equivalent to 20 practice swings.
The chute trainer is also great for a daily exercise routine, the same as any other workout training aid.
What’s unique is you can store it in any golf bag pouch and have it available to use at any time.
I don’t endorse many products, but this product is unbelievable and sells for approximately $35 and works as advertised.
Don’t forget to enjoy this great game called golf.
Rick Musselman, a golf author and professional, owns Musselman’s Golf and Rick gives lessons in his high-tech golf swing simulator at his golf facility in Williamsport.