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"I bought these because of the price. They are half the price of Nike and I wasn't expecting much BUT to my surprise, Uvoider sleeves are of better quality and feel great. Not only do they protect you from the UV but they double as compression sleeves keeping your arms from getting tired. I am well pleased. I returned and purchased 3 more pair!".......by Tommy Jennings
"Your arm sleeves are awesome! Wish I'd discovered them sooner! I suffer from Melanoma skin cancer and really shouldn't be exposed to the sun over any part of my body. Your sleeves allow me to work in the sun without worry. Can't say enough about how much they improve my lifestyle. I classify products in 2 ways: swear by and swear at. The first time I put on a pair, I knew I had a product to swear by. Can't go wrong with the price either."........by Pierre DuCharme
"These sleeves are obviously high quality - much better material than some I have had. While the material is heavier than some, the sleeves still feel equally as cool as any I have had. Fit is really good and it appears that the elasticity off the fabric will last a long time. Very happy with the purchase.".......by Bruce King
You line up a six foot putt to save par and keep a good round going. You mechanically go about your putting routine hoping that it will work. It doesn't. The very next hole you ram a birdie putt six feet long and miss the come back putt. Tension is killing your golf game and especially your putting. You have tried everything to reduce it. But have you tried golf arm sleeves? Golf arm sleeves can help your putting. Would you like to know how?
Golf arm sleeves reduce tension in your putting much in the same way they reduce it on your full swings. The compression fit of quality golf arm sleeves improves the circulation of blood flow and keeps your arms in a fresh, relaxed state. When you wear golf arm sleeves, the compression of the arm sleeves causes your arms to feel differently which in turn causes your hands to feel differently. Your arms feel weightless as they hang down from your shoulders and your hands feel much more relaxed and passive. Rather than the muscles in your fingers and wrists being the primary sensing points which leads to tension in your putting, with golf arm sleeves the primary sensing point becomes your entire arm triangle. This leads to tension-free pendulum putting resulting in better accuracy and much better distance control.
Whether in a mechanical device or a putting setup position, a pendulum consists of three pieces; a frictionless pivot point, a massless rod, and a massive bob. In putting, your pendulum rod is formed by the shaft of your putter and your arms. Golf arm sleeves gives you the feeling of your arms and your putter shaft working together as a massless pendulum rod. This enables you to execute a pendulum putting stroke with no flipping of the wrists or jerking of the hands.
The bob of the pendulum is the heavy weight at the end of the pendulum rod. In putting, the pendulum bob is your putter head and it must feel as if it is hanging down from your shoulders held up by your weightless pendulum rod. If you can't feel the bob of your pendulum, you will end up feeling and then putting with your hands. This results in poor accuracy and poor distance control. The compression of golf arms sleeves enables you to feel your bob and putt tension-free without your hands taking over.
The frictionless pivot point of a putting pendulum can be different for different people. Rotary swing guru, Chuck Quinton, advises that the spine is the pivot point with your shoulders rotating around them. This is how many PGA and LPGA tour professionals putt. PGA Master, Dave Cahill, advises that your dominant arm acts as your pivot rod and the shoulder of your dominant arm acts as the frictionless pivot point. This is how many left-hand-low putters putt. In either approach, golf arm sleeves give you the feeling in your arms that you need to execute your frictionless pivot point, maintain your massless pivot rod, and move your massive bob, the putter head, in a smooth, pendulum-like manner with no breaking of the wrists or jerking of the hands.
So, is your putting letting you down and adding strokes to your score? Are your hands and wrists too active in your putting stroke causing inaccurate putts and inconsistent distance control? Do you feel like you have two or more moving parts between the club head of your putter and your shoulders? If you are like most golfers and have too much tension in your putting stroke, consider giving golf arm sleeves a try.