The team at Medicus golf claim their Medicus Dual Hinge Driver is the #1 selling swing trainers for golfers. It can help you develop a smoother, consistent swing giving you the 2 things every golfer wants from the tee, greater accuracy and distance. So here is my Medicus Dual Hinge Driver Review.
Now I play on a -5 handicap and for a long time I have been relying on a coach to improve my game. It’s expensive and takes a long time to get results. So when my friend suddenly plummeted from 19 to 11 in 3 months I wanted to know how he did it.
He pulled out the Medicus Dual Hinge Driver. He told me it would never work for me as I’m already on a low handicap and it’s designed for those that struggle with their game. Hey I struggle with my game. Just because I’m on a low handicap does not mean I hit every fairway and green. I have the same problems every other golfer faces. Tempo, and club face angle are problems that go from your weekend hacker to your tour pro. We all slice and hook the ball.
My Medicus Dual Hinge Driver Review;
The first thing you have to get use to is a club that breaks as soon as you move it. I thought it was a practical joke. But no, its patented dual hinged shaft pops open as soon as the club is taken off plane or moved too quickly. Two things every golfer is guilty of. Swinging too fast and not on line.
So the first key note is you get instant feedback. Whether it’s your take away, back swing, downswing or follow through you know straight away because the shaft snaps. Keep it on plane and with good tempo and it won’t.
It took a few minutes to adjust and being on a low handicap it was very frustrating not to be able to swing it without breaking it (when I say “break it” I’m referring to the dual hinged shaft, not breaking it as such. It is made from high quality, durable materials). After 10 minutes or so you begin to get the hang of it. Although it is quite mentally draining as it requires a lot of concentration.
I borrowed it for a month and put it through its paces. The results don’t sound amazing when you compare it to my friend who took 8 off his handicap. When you play on single figures you don’t really worry about scores. You look at fairways hit, greens in regulation, this is where you improve your game. The better those results the lower I score.
I found that I had a really good short game and my recovery from the trees, rough and bunkers was really good because before I started using the Medicus dual hinged driver I was only hitting 5-9 fairways and only 11-13 greens. I wasn’t really playing well from tee to green.
After a month of regularly practicing with it I am now hitting 12-14 fairways and 15-17 greens consistently. While my handicap has only dropped slightly my stats are more consistent and impressive (the lower your handicap the harder it is to get it to scratch).
The greatest benefit for my game or ego is the extra distance from the tee. It’s straight and long and I always get a reaction from my playing partners. I know with regular practice I can easily add another 10-20 yards with my driver and so can you.
You can use it anywhere. At home, the practice range, even the car park before your round. Remember, the more you use it the better your swing will be.
Now you can hit balls with it but you do have to do the hinges up tight. You want get good feedback from it and you will not get the distance you will with your normal driver. It can be frustrating when you start out. However once you start to get use to it you will get results on the course.
It comes in a range of models, men’s left and right handed, women’s and a junior model. Medicus have recently released the new Medicus Dual Hinge 460cc Over sized Driver to better replicate the common over sized drivers on the market.
Everyone knows that the more fairways and greens you hit, the lower your scores will be. You can spend money on lessons or you can save money and get a Medicus Dual Hinge Driver, lower your scores and claim bragging rights over your friends.
You can get your Medicus Dual Hinge Driver here at Medicus Golf.
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