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Swing Sock

Simplcity itself: the weighted Swing Sock slips easily over the head of one of your irons, turning a regular club into a useful training device

In the old days pro’s would drill out the head of an old wood and fill it with lead to create a weighted training club.

As a kid, I remember using a weighted ring, which you slipped over the grip and down the shaft so that it rested on the hosel of the club to achieve the same effect.

Swinging two clubs together is always a good stand-by exercise. Or you could get yourself a Swing Sock, which fits over the head of your iron to make a weighted trainer.

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