When the AccuHit training aid first appeared in the office I did not understand the concept of what this device could possibly do to help your golf swing. After all it is only about an inch and a quarter long and as big around as a half dollar and made of neoprene. Like most guys there was no way that I was going to read the instructions so I called the inventor himself.

Tony Liberatore, an Arizona resident, patiently explained that when we attempt to execute a golf shot under pressure the larger muscles tend to become tense causing increased grip pressure at the most inopportune time. This increased pressure is felt mostly in the thumb and index finger causing a number of possible scenarios, none of them good.

This portable training device can be used by all golfers both left and right handed.

 It fits over the grip of any club, when positioned properly the thumb and index finger will rest comfortably over it. "Once in place it will prevent you from exerting undue pressure on the grip." Tony detailed. "By practicing with the AccuHit in place you will develop a natural feel for the proper pressure that should be applied by these two fingers."

I have carried the AccuHit with me to several driving ranges and golf courses to allow people a chance to use it while warming up or practicing. Several people used it for an extended period of time and reported positive results. This inexpensive device fits easily into your bag allowing you to use it during practice rounds. A small price to pay for the confidence necessary to pull off that next shot for money.

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