We’re all familiar with the lever (from the French word meaning “to raise”). A lever is a rigid object that is used with “an appropriate fulcrum (or pivot point) that helps multiply the mechanical force (call it “effort”) to be applied to an object (in this case a golf ball).
A “lever” is one of the so-called 6 simple machines. The concept of the lever goes back for millennia. But it was Archimedes who said “Give me a place to stand, and I shall move the earth” (using a lever of course). It’s believed that various kinds of levers were used “to raise” obelisks (pillars of stone) weighing upwards of 200,000 pounds.
Okay, enough of the technical. . .
I’ll try to explain the “double lever action” capability built into the Mongoose Golf Swing. You can see it at work in the demo video. . .but there’s more in the TUTORIAL. . .Put as simply as possible: the first pivot point is your left hand (if you’re right-handed), and the second pivot point is your right hand as you pull back the club at impact with your left hand. The pushing and pulling action at impact is actually a double lever action. The potential for multiplying the force applied to the golf ball is one of the wonders of the swing. You simply produce more power with less effort.