Women’s world number one Lorena Ochoa paid homage to her Q-Link pendant after winning her maiden major. The Mexican strolled to a four-shot victory at the Women’s British Open at St Andrews, and admitted winning was a relief.
“Since I started using my Q-Link I have won several times and I feel calmer in tough situations. It really makes a difference under pressure.” Ochoa stated.
Q-Link’s ‘Sympathetic Resonance Technology’ – it emits frequencies designed to strengthen and balance your energy – has neatly divided Planet Golf into believers and sceptics. The makers claim the frequencies aid communication between the body’s trillions of cells, leaving the wearer feeling more energised and focussed. Okay, a six-shot lead entering the last day of a major does much the same thing. But the fact remains 350 tour pros use one – winning 130 events on the PGA Tour alone.
Q-Klip (pictured) – based on the G-Clip five-in-one golf tool concept – is the new addition to the Q-Link range. Armed with a divot repair tool, golf tees and a Velcro glove grip, the lightweight gadget also has a ball marker containing the Q-Link ‘Sympathetic Resonance Technology’. The whole thing is designed to clip on to your belt or trousers.
According to makers Clarus, Q-Klip should be worn over the right hip – the zone of a “strong heart meridian”. It retails at £37.50.
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