The Swedge Golf Training Aid is Simple and to the Point

At some point in their lives, most people have had one of those “I wish I had thought of that” moments.

Dana Clark found herself in that moment two years ago – then acted on it.

The result? The Swedge golf swing training aid, which has been selected as the ING Product of the Week. The International Network of Golf (ING) is a Lake Mary-based 22-year-old networking organization comprised of media and industry leaders.

Clark was learning golf through a series of lessons, but found herself strapped with a nagging problem that afflicts many golfers – the flying elbow.

So her instructor, Winnie Sewell, placed a headcover under Clark’s right armpit and told her to keep it tucked there throughout the swing. The drill taught Clark to keep all parts connected during the swing, creating a more powerful and accurate result.

Clark took that basic thought and turned it into a blossoming business. After two years of research and development, the Swedge was born, playing the role of the old headcover from Dana’s lessons, albeit in a cooler and more practical way.

The Swedge is a small, washable half-moon pillow covered with a durable nylon casing. It comes in three colors, black, red and blue, and has a convenient clip that attaches to the golf bag.

It can be custom-logoed, even in small quantities for golf outings, promotions, gifts or tournaments prizes and is made in the USA. It retails for $29.99 and is available at Golfsmith locations nationwide.

The Swedge is so effective and simple to use that it has everyone saying, “Why didn’t I think of that?”

Everyone, that is, except Dana Clark.

Written by Michael Jamison – Examiner.com