Medicus Golf introduces the Tri-Hinge swing training club
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Medicus Golf introduces the Tri-Hinge swing training club


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If you've been playing golf for a little while, you've probably used a Medicus. The dual-hinge swing training club is a legendary product, and it still holds up now.

However, Medicus Kick X Golf has decided to expand the product line with its Tri-Hinge training club.



The idea is pretty simple, with the Tri-Hinge introducing hosel adjustability, letting a user practice draw and fade shots in addition to the standard straight ball. A blue training line on the top of hinge helps golfers understand where hinge should be pointed during the swing to produce the desired shot shape.

Like with the previous Medicus products, the hinge will break down in any of nine places when swing flaws manifest themselves.

The Medicus Tri-Hinge is available now for a MSRP of $199 (available for $155 on Amazon) in a 7-iron model.

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