SKLZ Smart Glove For Golf Training Swing Rick Smith Aid Leather Left Hand Size M
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Condition: New with tags
Size Type: Regular
Hand: Left Hand
Gender: Male
Dexterity: Right-Handed
Color: White
Brand: SKLZ
Material: Leather
Size: M
UPC: 831345001458
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DESCRIPTION

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Left Hand indicate for the Left Hand (right handed player). Right Hand indicates for the Right Hand (for a left handed player).


The Smart Glove, with removable wrist guide, sets your wrist in the correct position through the swing with a proper wrist release.


High-quality Cabretta leather glove is a dual-purpose guide to help ensure better ball contact

Back of glove includes removable rigid wrist guide to keep player from casting and groove correct swing mechanics

Palm side of glove includes specialized fabric to outline proper grip positioning and superior feel

For tee, fairway, and approach shots as well as putting

Wrist guide can be removed for using glove for official play.


Brand new Item



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I take a great amount of pride in providing a wide range of items, that I have purchased here in the USA.

I go above and beyond to do my best to insure that only Authentic items are sold.

It is also very important to me that I do my best to provide the 5-star service each customer deserves. So, if I should fall short of providing that, please let me know ASAP so I can do my best to rectify the situation.

Many Thanks,

Ann




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