"A couple of things I picked up from Home Depot and Target, some plumbing devices and swim noodles," Wilkinson said. "Just working on my shaft play and hand path on my swing." Wilkinson hasn't yet notched his first PGA Tour win, but he's certainly putting steps together to improve his swing and his form, unconventionally. In a sport where the pros are constantly looking to fine tune their swing, every opportunity to perfect muscle memory matters. "Just trying to make them (my hands) a bit more neutral," Wilkinson said. "At the moment, I made this about a month ago, two months ago. I've just been trying to hit a bag of balls with this thing every day." Whether it helps Wilkinson earn his first win on the Tour is yet to be seen. He's yet to play Eagle Point before. But he perhaps has one of the most innovate contraptions on the driving range. Maybe he might soon need a patent for it if it leads to victories. "I was sick of taking my clubs inside and I was sick of getting my hands too high at impact," he concluded.
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