Golf is hard enough, so we make our pricing simple.
Buy one Accuhit Golf Training Aid (either black or yellow) for $19.95, or
For a limited time, you can buy two Accuhit Golf Training Aids (one black & one yellow) for $29.95.
So if you want to be able to hit the ball straight each and every time, then the AccuHit was made for you.
The AccuHit is a durable, highly efficient golf training accessory, composed of Sanoprene material. The AccuHit is designed to help keep the dominant hand (right or left) hand out of play until needed during the swing. The AccuHit allows for the natural release of unrestricted energy during a swing. Player mental stress and fatigue cause finger pincer tension, that results in a premature release of energy by the dominant muscle groups. This premature release of energy will result in an undesired swing and an errant stroke of the ball.
The AccuHit (traditional black or new yellow) unit can be used by any golfer, whether a beginner or a professional. Low handicap golfers see improved performance and higher results when using the AccuHit with their driver and long irons. This is due to the driver and long irons having less loft than any other club. Square contact through the ball is harder to make, and the ball sidespin caused by these clubs inherently dominates the ball direction. The AccuHit helps to alleviate the problems caused by sidespin when using these clubs. Whereas short irons are designed for shorter distance, the loft of these clubs alleviates and offsets any sidespin that may have been placed on the ball when struck. Beginner and high handicap golfers who use the AccuHit find an improved performance when using both their irons and woods. The AccuHit allows the beginning golfer to unconsciously develop competence in the ball striking abilities by gaining the proper feel for each club.
The AccuHit is easy and simple to use. Just slip the AccuHit onto the club shaft with the large end opening towards you. Proceed to slide the AccuHit onto the Golf grip, approximately one inch from where the grip meets the shaft. Only place the lower hand's forefinger and thumb onto the AccuHit. The AccuHit's cut line doesn't necessarily need to be between your thumb and forefinger as seen in figures one and two above.
First try it out on the pitching wedge. While performing baby swings close your eyes and get a feel for the club head. Then go and hit five balls with the AccuHit grip on until you get a feel for the club and grip together. Next take the AccuHit off the club, and again close your eyes. Bring in the feel that you created with the AccuHit to the club. Now once again hit a handful of golf balls without the AccuHit club. You will then feel a true sense for the club, and your swing. After you've done all of this with your pitching wedge, graduate to test the AccuHit with your irons, and then your driver. Follow the same procedure you did with the pitching wedge, and you will gain a true feel for the grip and club working together.