Hi, I’m PGA Professional Todd Kolb.
I’ve been teaching golfers of all ages and abilities for over 25 years, and it’s been my good fortune to work with a major title winner and an LPGA Tour winner. I’m also a four-time Golf Digest Best in State Instructor and a Minnesota PGA Teacher of the Year.
OK, enough about me. I want to talk about what the Vertical Line Swing Stacker can do for you.
And by you, I mean any golfer, from beginner to low handicapper, from mere tyke to octogenarian.
You may be familiar with the concept of a “connected” swing. (I’ll explain it shortly.)
You might have seen – or even tried – training aids that work on this technique.
I have, too. Tons of them.
Which is exactly why I decided to build my own.
In my experience, every connection trainer out there has a major flaw.
Some are uncomfortable to wear.
Some are hard to put on and take off.
Some are bulky and awkward to use.
Some flop around in the breeze.
And some, well, they just don’t work.
My team and I took all that into account when designing the Vertical Line Swing Stacker.
It had to be:
Easy to get into and out of
So lightweight and comfortable, you’d barely know it was there
Unrestrictive to the swing
We didn’t want to make things too complicated, either, so the Swing Stacker had to simplify confusing concepts in a way other training aids don’t.
I feel 100% confident that it does just that.
OK, I want to briefly discuss the idea of a connected swing.
The most basic definition:
A swing in which your lead arm moves in unison with your upper body and chest.
In other words, the lead arm doesn’t outpace the shoulders on the backswing or downswing.
It remains connected.
It also stays close to the trail arm, especially at the elbows.
And what are the benefits of a connected swing?
There are so, so many.
For starters, a connected swing is efficient and powerful.
There’s no wasted motion, and you can generate big distance without taking the club back for miles.
An efficient swing is also accurate, repeatable and low-maintenance.
That, my friend, is…
The key to shot-after-shot, round-after round consistency.
As I mentioned, there are other training aids that promote a connected swing.
Yet none can match the Vertical Line Swing Stacker for ease of use and effectiveness.
You may have tried drills, too, like the classic towel-under-the-arms drill. But that really only works with shorter clubs and half-swings.
To get your swing truly connected, throughout the bag, the Swing Stacker is the only way to go.
Let’s take a quick look at the Swing Stacker and how it works.