Greater power, distance, and control add up to more enjoyment on course!
The OnsongSwing will help you achieve the full potential and power of your golf swing and strengthen your follow-through. The device combines unique and powerful features that are not available through other swing training aids.
The OnsongSwing graphical display of club head acceleration, swing speed, and ball impact will guide your practice and result in more effective training sessions: giving you greater control over your game.
The OnsongSwing real-time audio feedback helps you adjust the focus of your swing towards effortlessly accelerating the club head through the ball. With a relaxed and consistent golf swing you can trust the distance each club will carry.
The OnsongSwing golf training aid will optimize the time you invest in practice. With its graphical displays, you can instantly see the results as you strengthen your follow through and maximize club head acceleration.
Weighing in at 44 grams (1.5 oz) it also delivers as a weighted-head swing path trainer, and a warm up aid, making your training sessions even more rewarding.
Why do some golfers hit the ball further than others? Simple, they hit the ball harder.
Both club head acceleration and club head speed contribute to the driving force at impact with the ball. So if you are not training to increase your acceleration into the ball you are missing the chance to hit the ball harder and further.
The OnsongSwing‘s graphical display can reveal significant differences between your practice swings and your swing when striking a ball. Even when hitting a plastic whiff ball as depicted in these two graphs below (commentary added for explanation).
The display of club-head acceleration is what makes the OnsongSwing such a powerful aid for aspirational golfers and teaching professionals alike. These two graphs also show ball impact in fine detail, and the level of energy transfer between club head and ball, providing valuable feedback to help you achieve greater power.
With practice drills available on our Blog and in your user manual, you can practise indoors using foam or plastic whiff balls and still see great results.
“Hi I’m Rick Baker, certified PGA teaching professional on the Gold Coast, Australia.”
“…………… the OnsongSwing graphs club-head speed through impact. The difference between practice swing and ball striking is a real eye-opener for some of my students.” — read more
Australian PGA Member
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The OnsongSwing has a built in benchmark library to help keep track of your progress.
You can review your previous eight swings and compare each with your benchmarked ‘best’ swing to guide your practice. You can compare in detail how your swing speed and acceleration varies across the clubs in your golf bag.
Review screens are instantly available, no need for a phone app or laptop, with settings for six different club types: wedges, short irons, mid irons, hybrids, woods and driver. All your review screens are saved between practice sessions.
Customise and adjust to fit your training goals
Your OnsongSwing can be customised to fit your swing dynamics, physiology, and your preferences for display screens and sounds.
By personalising your individual settings you will gain maximum benefit from your practice sessions.
Your device features:
High sensitivity settings specifically for pitching and chipping practice.
Easily adjustable display resolution to show maximum detail in your swing graphs.
Left and right hand dexterity display options.
Metric or Imperial data displays.
Innovative and unique
The OnsongSwing has an inbuilt FM Radio transmitter which can divert all device sounds and tones to the earphones or wireless earbuds of any FM radio receiver. This delivers an even more enhanced audio feedback as you swing the club.
You will be amazed at how strong the training effect can be. Also with earphones you can use your device at the range without distracting others around you.
The transmitter can be tuned to any unused frequency in the FM broadcast band between 76 and 108 MHz. worldwide.