However, it is not a cure all. I had to return the old one and get a replacement. The third device is the one that I cannot see anything about. There is just nothing like getting a lesson and doing it on your own. Btw is it supposed to break and the very end of swing?

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If you are set meficus getting one of these training clubs, save your money and get the refiner. You can’t really hit balls that well with it at least I couldn’t and that’s how I broke the first one.

medicus vs refiner, any reviews?

Last edited by ImranAziz ; Notjust I’ve had mine a year now and can’t say enough good things about it. You currently have javascript disabled.

I keep it in the living room sometimes to just practice my takeaway and there is plenty of feedback at all times during the swing. Looks like a ball on a golf club shaft. Forums Blogs Articles Groups. Then a smooth transition into the downswing and through impact. When you are just starting medicuss, taking a few lessons will definately improve you.

Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers. The Medicus does have another break point – in the same direction!


Some more practice and all I need is consistent straight medicuus. Mine broke and I was sent a new one with no questions asked, so their customer service is good just to be fair. Expert editorial reviews, breaking golf tour and industry news, what to play, how to play and where to play.


You are currently viewing the forum as a guest which does not give you access to all the great features at GolfWRX such as viewing all the images, interacting with members, access to all forums and eligiblility to win free giveaways. Just a short video of Martin Hall using each of the 3 items. Does anyone know if loosening the hinge more helps, or is it just get it to a certain point and the stiffness does not matter?

Posted 09 September – Yea, when you are beginning, you don’t need any training clubs like the medicus, just a decent set of irons and a decent driver is sufficient, taking lessons is what will allow you to hit those clubs. Also the actual hinge design itself is very weak and impossible to fix if when it breaks. It’s finiky and requires adjustment all the time. The Refiner requires you to adjust tiny hex screws on each side to the shaft to adjust when the hinge breaks.


I’m a beginner and I was wondering which one you guys would recommend. Hope this helps – have fun!

One of the best things that can help is understanding the physics and science behind the swing. Our customers love both trainers. Save some bucks but some “risk” in a lesser-known productor go with the well-known brand name. That’s why drills and training aids work.

Medicus and Refiner Golf Training Aids

I attribute this to the lower price of the Refiner. Believe me I know because when I first started swinging the refiner I had a swing flaw just about everywhere and the refiner would let me know at each phase of the swing.

Registration takes less than 2 minutes, is simple and absolutely free. I have the Medicus 5 iron. That’s what really helped me when i began.

The gyroswing sounds great, but it is really expensive and out of the reach of most golfers. Haven’t refjner any similar products.

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