The Rotating Foot Anchor for a Golfer allows one to swing through the ball without experiencing pain to ones knees, back, or shoulders.
Inventor Joseph R. Veres of Canonsburg, PA has created a golfing device that allows one to swing through the ball without experiencing pain to ones knees, back, or shoulders.
Having attained the status as one of the leading leisure time outdoor sporting activities in America, the game of golf enlists participants of all ages. However some recreational golfers, especially those suffering from arthritis, experience pain while swinging a golf club. This can take away the fun of the game. It can even be enough to discourage some people from playing golf altogether, regardless of how much they love the game. Inventor Veres has created a means by which golfers can learn to painlessly swing through the ball.
This clever new invention is for recreational golfers. It does not require stooping or bending. It alleviates pressure from knees and back. It helps a golfer to achieve a smooth swing. It is especially helpful to those with arthritis. The use of the Rotating Foot Anchor for a Golfer helps golfers develop a pain-free follow through swing in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.