Free Shipping* over $75 + learn more ways to ship free.Add to your order to get free shipping* + more ways to ship free. Learn how.Ship, ship, hooray! Your order qualifies for Free Shipping.

Skip Navigation

4.5 avg. (9 reviews)

Orange Whip
Golf Trainer

Strengthen your golf swing off the course · Made by a former pro golfer and caddy

Promotes increased flexibility and strength, enhanced coordination, and a perfectly balanced tempo. For year-round indoor and outdoor use. See details to select the model that is best for you.

  • Trainer designed for men and taller women. Mid-Size designed for those under 5'6" tall or beginners. Recommended for men, women, teens, and seniors
  • Trainer simulates driver motion, recommended Whip for core fitness and flexibility
  • Mid-Size simulates Mid-Iron motion and Ladies' Driver motion
  • Mid-Size is more manageable to swing because it is shorter than the Full-sized Trainer. Provides core fitness and flexibility
  • Trainer ideal for balance and tempo enhancement
  • Mid-Size ideal for most women and senior golfers to improve their balance and tempo
Made in the USA


Trainer: Total length: 47.5"; Swing length: 45"; Mid-Size: Total Length: 44"; Swing Length: 41"


Trainer: 1.75 lbs; Mid-Size: 1.65 lbs


Rubber, fiberglass, and steel

This product cannot be shipped to a PO box.

Orange Whip

It might seem counterintuitive to stop hitting a golf ball to improve your golf game, but there’s a method to the madness—just ask Orange Whip creator Jim Hackenberg. As a pro golfer and caddy on the PGA tour, Jim spent years observing some of the best professional golfers and invented training tools for developing a better golf swing. Orange Whip looks like a golf club, except it has a flexible shaft and an orange counter-weight on the end. The system is designed to help you find your natural and best swing motion, which is unique to each individual. There’s no ball to hit, so you can focus instead on the motion of swinging. The trainer is the basis of all of Jim’s Made in the USA golf gear, which all focus on perfecting a golfer’s swing—and even help squeeze in some resistance training between rounds, too.