How Can wristalarm help?

WristAlarm (sold together with ArmAlarm) gives you the feedback you need to improve your wrist position in your full swing and chipping. It provides you with audible feedback when you cup your lead wrist and also when you release the club early. Explore examples and instructions below.

Watch WristAlarm in Action

Flatten Lead Wrist

  • Though many greats played with a cupped wrist, it can make it challenging to square the face at impact.
  • WristAlarm will beep immediately when your wrist cups.

Stop Flipping/Scooping Early

  • Flipping hands and releasing the club early can ruin a golf swing - WristAlarm will sound the alarm.
  • Learn how to create forward shaft lean and compress the golf ball.

Wristalarm Instructions

Attach WristAlarm to Glove

  • Attach the Wrist Clip to the inside part of your glove as shown in the adjacent illustration
  • Attach the clip so it reaches past your glove's inseam. This will ensure that the clip will remain in place when your wrist moves.
  • We recommend golfers place the ArmAlarm magnet case about where you would wear a typical wrist watch.

When You Cup, Sound the Alarm

  • If you cup your lead wrist, the magnets will disconnect and the alarm will sound. When your wrist returns to a neutral position, the magnets will return to their original position.
  • If you find that your wrist clip is not attached securely to your glove, it's worth ensuring that your clip is attached beyond your glove's inseam as shown in the adjacent illustration.
  • If you cup your wrist and the magnets do not separate, this is an indication that the ArmAlarm magnet case is too close to your glove. To increase sensitivity, we recommend moving your magnet case slightly up your forearms.