Jef World of Golf Swing Ring — A weighted, golf swing ring is a must-have for golfers on the go. How many times have you arrived at the golf course at the absolute last minute for your tee time? You have no real time to hit the range to get your swing grooved nor the time to thoroughly warm-up and stretch out your body. A weighted golf swing ring enables you to stretch out your back, shoulders, and arms while waiting for your tee time.
The swing ring is easy to slip over the shaft of a golf club for added weight during warm-up. The added weight, while not heavy, is sufficient to stretch your back, shoulder, and arms giving sufficient “swing pull” to increase range of motion and loosen tight muscles.
While some folks suggest that a weighted swing ring can increase swing speed, we find that its best use is for stretching and warming up before a round or at the beginning of a practice session on the range.
We recommend that golfers should slide the ring onto a club and complete 15 – 20 rhythmic, full swings to loosen their bodies while maintaining good swing form. After using the swing ring, golfers feel that they have worked the “kinks” out and feel looser and more flexible.
The swing ring can be used by any level golfer and on almost any iron, hybrid, wood, or driver. Its rubberized coating will protect clubs from being scratched during warm-up.
Given its compact size, the swing ring can be easily stored in a golf bag without adding excessive bulk or weight.
Pros and Cons of a Weighted Golf Swing Ring
- Effective, inexpensive warm-up aid
- 1 1/4″ inner diameter fits virtually any club
- Rubberized coating prevents damage to clubs
- Easy to store in your golf bag
- Great for any level golfer
- Less cumbersome and awkward than swinging two irons
- Fairly easy to forget on the range if you’re not careful
- Won’t fit over-sized grips that are greater than 1 1/4″ in diameter
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
WILL THE SWING RING FIT OVER THE GRIPS OF MY CLUBS?
The inner diameter of the Swing Ring is 1 1/4 inches. It will easily slide down the grips of most standard/medium/large grips.
If you use the larger sizes of “jumbo” grips (like Bryson DeChambeau), depending on the brand, the swing ring will most likely not fit.
CAN THE SWING RING BE USED FOR SPEED TRAINING?
Some people do use weighted swing rings for speed training. We believe that there are better training aids for that type of practice, such as:
For golfers looking for a training aid that takes the weighted golf swing ring concept to the next level, check out our review of the SKLZ Gold Flex Strength Tempo Trainer. Click here. This training aid can help a golfer increase flexibility, tempo, balance, and strength, ultimately leading to increased speed, distance, and control to a golfer’s swing.