Friday, November 6, 2009

Saturday, October 3, 2009

Retain your spine angle by having great footwork

Some are aware that Ben Hogan knew the importance of good footwork. He realized that it was necessary to keep the majority of his weight on the inside of his feet, as well as keep his right foot down as long as possible. It is also obvious that the majority of the changes that Tiger has made have been a result of a more stable and powerful lower body move.

Why have these great ball strikers of our day and the past put such a strong emphasis on footwork? I'll fill you in. If your hind heel comes up abruptly going into and through the impact position what will happen to your spine angle? It also goes upward. If your weight goes out towards the ball what happens? Your spine angle goes downward. But if you use proper footwork your spine angle remains the same.

Consistent and powerful ball srtiking is within your grasp. But to consistently hit the ball solidly you must maintain your spine angle, which can be done by using Solid, Powerful Footwork!

Monday, August 31, 2009

Web Site Coming Soon!

theswingheeler.com is currently under construction, and will be published soon. theswingheeler.com will give the player key's to great ballstriking by teaching the golfer how to utilize their lower body strength when using The Swing Heeler. Video, an online manual, paypal, and articles regarding The Swing Heeler, and the lower body are just a few things you will find on the web site.

See You Soon,

Trevor Schultz
CEO Schultz-Child Golf Training Aids

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Swing Heeler

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What The Swing Heeler can do for you

As many golfers are very well aware, the harder you go after a shot does not mean the farther the ball will go. The reason why this statement is true is because the most important thing that needs to happen to hit a golf ball solidly is the golfer must hit the back of it.

Now that we agree on that, how is a golfer supposed to hit the back of a golf ball when all of their weight is going out towards the ball? If the golfer's knees start to crowd the space where the golfer needs to drop the club to get the club into the "slot" how then is the golfer going to hit the back of the ball. It cannot be done. For the golfer to hit the back of the golf ball squarely, their weight must be moving parallel to the target. Two things will happen when the golfer's weight moves properly parallel to the target. 1.) Space that was once not available for the golfer to have a good angle of approach into impact is now available. 2.) Power created by the lower body is now working out towards the intended target, instead of being wasted out towards the toes.

Demo Day at San Bernadino Golf Course

I had a somewhat successful demo day Friday, August 7th at San Bernadino Golf Course. The public had many interesting questions about The Swing Heeler, and what it would do for thier individual games. Many people were interested in the product. I am most excited about the interest that Ron Stockton showed. I am sure that most of you know that Ron is the son of Hall of Famer, PGA Champion, and Ryder Cup Captain Dave Stockton. After giving Ron a demo, he now has one, and hopefully soon some of his LPGA Tour students will be using The Swing Heeler.

Tuesday, August 11, 2009