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Vision Track Pro

A Review On: Medicus Vision Track  Accuracy Guide

Medicus Vision Track Accuracy Guide

Rated # 13 in Swing Aids
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Mr. Desmond
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Pros: Good Path Visual, liteweight, fits in bag easily, Offers Great Feedback

Vision Track Pro 

 

  • Line up parallel to track and target, and Swing along the Path
  • Gives info on Path versus Clubface Angle
  • Will let you know if you swing Over the Top - you will hit the small stick shown in picture
  • Will let you know if Ball is hit fat
  • Can use a tee - at end of path is a notch to insert a tee
  • Offers a good visual cue as to the Swing Path

 

I was surprised at how easy the Vision Track Pro is to setup, carry, and use. It has holes in the plastic to insert a couple of tees to stabilize the track. There is a notch at the end of the path stick to insert a tee into the ground. 

 

One will hit the smaller stick jutting out with an out to in swing. The path track also has black markings just before the notch in which you place the ball. If you hit fat, you will scuff the black topping - you will probably wear out the black arrow eventually.

 

What I discovered is that I had a habit of not opening the clubface sufficiently at address or it was not open sufficiently at impact to produce the desired push draw. The clubface should be closed to the path, but the ball should start right of the target, not at the target.

 

While I do not have an OTT issue, this aid will offer feedback if you do. You will hit the smaller stick. You can adjust the small stick so that it is closer to the swing path track to ensure you have no OTT. Lefties and Righties can use the stick. Lefties just set it up in the opposite manner - there are lines for Lefties.

 

The aid seems well made with 2 screws you use to set it up to set the path angle. To finish, you take out the screws, line up the two large sticks and replace the screws to put it back in your bag. It is liteweight and does as intended.

 

As to star ratings, I give 3 stars for average, 4 for above average, and 5 outstanding.

 

This aid is most valuable for those with OTT swings and whom want to begin drawing the ball. It is valuable for those who swing along the path and want feedback as to their push draw.

 

I recommend this training aid.

1 Comment:

Thanks for the review. Is the angle between the swing path and the target line adjustable or is it one size fits all? And if it is adjustable, how do you know what angle is correct for your swing, body type etc...?
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