Here’s where the magic happens.
The Swing Magic’s grip is actually two separate pieces. The top stays put throughout the swing, while the bottom is free to slide along the shaft.
It works like this:
You grip the Swing Magic and make your backswing, sliding the right (bottom) hand toward the clubhead as you extend toward the top.
That’s how the Swing Magic stretches your shoulder turn and widens your arc.
Swinging down, you move the right hand back toward the left. Done correctly, the hands will meet precisely at the impact position.
That’s how the Swing Magic promotes powerful lag and impeccable timing.
The Swing Magic also forces you to swing on a proper plane – get too upright or too flat and it halts your swing in its tracks – and on an inside-to-out path.