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Tour Striker Educator

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Anyone familiar with this product that can let me know what they think?

http://tourstrikergolfacademy.com/products-page/tour-striker-products/tour-striker-educator-new/

It looks like it might be good to help educate the hands and give more visual feedback.

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I bought it to help my 9 year old daughter, who is just beginning to learn the game, understand proper wrist configurations...instead of learning the wrong way off the bat. She is using it to learn the chipping motion. She is making solid contact on little chips and pitches. I have been doing the "over/under" drill to help me obtain a flat left wrist. So far, it has helped me in lose the cup in my left wrist by cocking them more in the back swing. I am also getting to impact with a flat left wrist. This drill gives me the feeling of looping the club  down and coming from the inside. I feel that I must look like Jim Furyk while swinging with it...but I'm sure I just look normal. I have only hit foam balls in the back yard, but I can tell that I am getting better contact. So far, I would say that it is a useful training aid.

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I have one, it can be useful for work on wrist conditions. Like most training aids, they can help you with on piece of the golf swing but will never be some sort of magic fix all. My only gripe is it tends to move around a lot and constantly need readjusting.
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I took the over/under drill to the range. It messed me big time. I couldn't get the ball off the ground, the few times that I actually did, it was a S# @^k . It took a lot of work just to g et it my swing back to where I could hit a playable ball. Not sure if I will keep trying it or not at this point

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