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Inventor:
Dorotinsky; Dennis R.
Address:
Farmington, MI
No. of patents:
2
Patents:












Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5308074 Adjustable golf swing training device May 3, 1994
An adjustable golf swing training device is provided together with a method for its use to guide a golfer through a golf swing with proper hip turn and body rotation. The device comprises an adjustable belt to be affixed to the golfer which is movable with the golfer during a golf swing,
5188366 Adjustable golf swing training device February 23, 1993
An adjustable golf swing training device is provided together with a method for its use to guide a golfer through a golf swing with proper hip turn and body rotation. The device comprises an adjustable belt to be affixed to the golfer which is movable with the gofler during a golf swing,










 
 
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