Getting Started



Remove the screw from the base of Power Package.

Slide Power Package over the bottom of the grip. You can move Power Package up and down the grip for desired wrist set.

Put the screw back into the base and tighten slightly to allow movement. For a neutral club face position, align the bottom, outside edge of the long arm slightly to the right of the leading edge of the clubface.

Tighten the screw fully so the Power Package is firmly on the club. YOU’RE READY TO GO!

To start your training take small waist high swings, being certain to keep your forearms in the Power Package cups.

For oversized grips and grips with nubs on the bottom like Winn grips: Pry the clip apart enough so you can slide up the grip or over the nub. You may have to work a little to get the screw into the nut. If you can’t get the screw into the nut, the grip is too FAT.


Begin with a shorter club. (ie: 8 or 9 iron) Do not try and hit longer clubs until you have familiarized yourself with power package.


It is highly recommended to learn the basics of Power Package using practice swings without hitting balls. Start with small swings (maybe waist high) learning how to properly set your wrists by allowing your forearms to fit into the cups. It is easiest to start with your hands close to the base of the Power Package.


On the through swing, be sure to turn your body and maintain the forearms in the cups until impact. At impact your forearms will come out. Try and keep the cups pointed at the forearms through the ball and then allow the left arm cup to reconnect after impact. NOTE: In the follow through, the left arm cup will connect first and then both arms should be in the cups at the finish of the swing.


As you become more comfortable with Power Package and controlling your wrist set you can move your hands further from the base of Power Package and start making larger swings. Optimal wrist set is about inch to an inch and half from the base.


If you feel you’re ready to start hitting balls, please start by hitting off of a tee. NOTE If you mishit the ball to the right you’re not turning through the ball and you are over using your hands.

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