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Lag Rag Reviews

MbolicGolf

The best aid for new golfers

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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...
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1puttit

Simple warm up tool. Improves swing speed?

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Pros: Easy to use, let's you feel lagging clubhead

Cons: Possible to misuse or develop bad habits

The LagRag is a training aid primarily focused on developing swing speed. It is a golf towel with some industrial strength velcro that makes it easy to attach to your driver. The idea is to swing your driver with the LagRag everyday to build your golf muscles as the towel will provide resistance.         Velcro outlined in red so you can see it better.   The LagRag comes with a DVD that shows how to use the product along with some drills to correct a slice or hook and some suggestions to build muscle strength and increase swing speed. The DVD starts with the inventor (I'm assuming he's the inventor, he never introduces himself) hitting a...
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cliffj

Lag Rag was easy to use and possibly overuse

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Pros: quick to install, stays on club well, creates good drag

Cons: DVD is basically a instructional dvd .. May be good for beginners

The lagrag itself is a good resistance mechanism to help build muscle, get the feel of club lag and may help build speed with driver. I am not sure at what cost this may come. Most folks will need to make sure they do not overdo using the lagrag for they may either sustain overuse injury at first or may get out of their normal swing. The DVD does have some drills to help folks with hooks and slices. As I am not afflicted with those issues, I am not able to address how well the drills work. I do know that I had to make sure I throttled back to my normal tempo as the Lag Rag had me overswing my driver causing me to revert to a horrid slice. Used judiciously, there is a place for the Lag...
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