Tour players practice their transition from back swing to through swing to get consistency in their game. PGA Golf Pro Jimmy Hanlin has a great tool for you to use to work on that same transitional point in your golf swing. It’s called the orange whip, and it exaggerates the head of the club, helping the golfer feel the transition in their swing.

In this installment of Lexus Tips from the Tee, WKYC’s Nick Camino takes some practice swings with the orange whip to help him understand when he is pulling through the swing too much. This practice will give your game more consistency as you learn how to relax through the transition.

Tip 1: How to avoid a slice

Tip 2: How to use lower body mechanics to better strike the ball

Tip 3: How to drive the ball further

Tip 4: How to better utilize the hybrid club

Tip 5: How to master the backswing

Tip 6: How to hit a flop shot

Tip 8: How to improve swing mechanics