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I have been using one for about an year.. It has helped me get rid of my slice but more importantly improve the tempo which is helping me hit the driver a lot better... Nowadays it is the only one that i use instead of a driver when i practice in the indoor range...

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The only thing I don't like about the medicus is during the takaway you can roll your wrist and it won't break. It is great for the other movements in the swing but not to great for the takaway.

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  • 8 months later...

http://www.medicus.com/medicusdriver.php

I saw an infomercial about this driver the other day.

Im really not into any of the training crap out there at all, but I wondered what you guys think about this one.

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I own the 5 iron version and I'm skeptical about how effective it is for maintaining a proper swing plane. I can still go over the top and not break the hinge. What I do find useful is the hinge only allows me to take a smooth takeaway. I tend to get quick taking the club back (especially under pressure) and this device has helped that. I pick it up a few times a week and only for a few minutes at a time but that's enough to emphasize the smooth takeaway. For me it does translate out on the course as I notice I am getting a little quick I will remind myself that it's just like the medicus. So in that sense it works for me but as stated before I'm not sold on the other supposed benefits.

My $.02

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