Casey V. McMullin
Inventor of Swing Whistle
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Casey has been a golf instructor for nearly 8 years and has taught over 10,000 golf lessons. Casey works with all levels from the beginner to the low handicapper trying to get to that next level. His philosophy is to work within the framework of each individuals swing and to maximize their potential. He tries to keep it simple and uses analogies of every day movements to get you to feel proper tempo and contact. He prides himself in getting people to that "Aha!" moment that helps them enjoy the game more.
He has also developed a swing trainer called the "Swing Whistle" that helps students feel correct tempo and timing of the golf swing that will be included with all lesson series purchases. Video and archives are provided with all lessons. Casey plays tournament golf and is an avid golf course photographer. Casey is the head coach for Ballard High School mens and womens golf teams. To check rates and book lessons go to www.puetzgolf.com.
The Swing Whistle is a small training aid that clips to your own equipment. The user swings the club and listens to where their swing makes the most noise. The ideal swing will make a low toned whistle just prior to impact. By swinging a club with the Swing Whistle, you retrain your muscle memory to produce maximum speed at impact. If the player over swings the club, a "shrill" whistle is heard meaning that the club is being forced through the impact zone instead of using leverage and centrifugal force to produce clubhead speed.
The Swing Whistle reinforces proper mechanics using multi-sensory feedback to guide the user to correctly "release" the clubhead. The Swing Whistle aids timing and tempo, corrects "fat" shots and helps increase clubhead speed. The beauty of this training aid is it can be used with the equipment you already have and will not change the dynamic of your clubs while you practice.