C. D. REMINGTON'S GOLF FORM APPARATUS

Often times we look at an invention from the past and say oh isn't that quaint, or this is great can you imagine what so and so would have done with today's tools and technologies. Well in this case you can be thankful this inventor did not have access to them. It is also interesting to not that it took the US Patent office over 2 years from application to issue this patent. 

Look at this thing, can imagine, with today's technologies. CD Remington here would restrict every single little motion that is not required to make a golf swing, then zap the player with a low amp high voltage charge sending the student into an electrically convulsed golf swing. Yup, cook his ass and break his back, but his golf swing was perfect...

Mr. Remington what were you thinking ?  Let's take a look into the patent application and see what it uncovers....

 

Patented March 24, 1925 

1,530,519

UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE

C. D. REMINGTON GOLF FORM APPARATUS

Application filed February 23, 1923  Serial No. 620,729

"It is well known that it is the tendency of the average beginner or player who has not acquired proper form, to raise his body when swinging the club back preparatory to striking the ball......."  

"It is the object of this invention to provide a brace for holding and maintaining the body from any vertical or upward movement when swinging back for a stroke, said brace permitting the required lateral swing......"

"The full nature of this invention will be understood from the accompanying drawings......"

"From the foregoing it will be obvious that the body plate will permit no vertical movement or elevation of the body during the swing."

 

 

 


A copy of C. D. REMINGTON'S GOLF FORM APPARATUS Patent.

 

So in a nutshell, there you have it. A range rat devise to help you not lift up in your back swing. But note should decide you want to try one of Remington's golf form apparatus, you must be wearing a suit and dress shoes when you strap yourself in, after all you want to look your best being wheeled into the ER with some kind of horrific back injury. 

To learn more about golf training aids for today's range rat, continue your search here.....

 

 

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