How the StanceCheck iZone Training Aid Improves Consistent Contact

Many golfers struggle with excessive head movement during the swing. Some sway or turn their heads away from the ball on the backswing, and others look up too quickly on the downswing. Both faults trigger inconsistent contact.

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