Pros: Easy to Use.... and a Great value
Cons: If swung too many times in a row will cause a major hook.
Lag rag review.
Unfortunately the Lag Rag Came right as my golf time was seriously diminished.
First the bad news. The Lag Rag will not make you a great golfer overnight. Now for the good news. It will improve your swing roughly 70% of the time on the spot after several swings with it on your driver.
So how does it work? The lag rag work by working the muscles that innately turn over club through impact. It does this by hanging the majority of the rag of the end of the toe of the club. So when you start the down swing the face of the club (for the most part) and the rag are parallel to the swing plane. The length of the rag provides resistance by virtue of its length that provides Lag. To me the magic is getting through the hitting zone. Through the hitting zone the Rag provide force on the toe increasingly perpendicular to the face making it harder to turn through. After a few swings with the rag, when you swing without it, you find that it’s much easier to close the face through impact.
The only problem I see with this method of correction is the propensity to over correct. In order to use this product effectively you must swing it in a controlled manner so you don’t lose the weight of the club head. The result is that you’ll start duck hooking the ball. The last thing is that It doesn't provide varying degrees of resistance which I think would greatly enhance the product.
All in all this is actually a training aid you should have in/ on your back everyone should have it and swing it to warm up before teeing off. In that respect it’s great and for the price you really can’t beat it.
I haven’t had a chance to take video due to work and family obligations I will post as soon as I have a chance. I will also use it during the winter and update this post somewhere in the middle of my winter league.
I recommend every slicer get this aid.