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12 months ago
12 months ago
Has anyone ever purchased or used the Orange Whip or the Orange Peel as a training device to help create that swing lag? I am looking into purchasing one and would like to hear from anyone who has used it in the past and if it is really worth it.
I have fiddled with one that was in a used bin at a used sporting goods store. I simply don't understand them. The only people I have seen that use them are the seniors on the range to warm up. If I recall, the price tag is really high for what it is. You can probably afford two really good sessions with a golf pro for the same price and get better faster results.
The product reviews seem pretty high so it might just be me. I have been told I have a very smooth tempo, so maybe it is why I don't get much benefit from practicing with one.
I have an orange whip and its great for your tempo and getting loose on the first tee.
Yes! I love the orange whip. I was introduced to it by a "senior," by the way.
It's great for tempo and warming up.
I carry it with me every single time I go to the course.
Invaluable tool that is worth it's weight in gold.
Thanks for the great info everyone. I am still very interested in purchasing one but have some more thinking and saving to do in the meantime!