Golf Instruction Equipment

Thursday, March 7th 2019. | Golf Training Aids

Whether the new club(s) helped or not the golfer is pretty much forced to use them because they need clubs and have made a sizeable investment in the new clubs. They may even have traded in the old set. But new clubs with the same poor swing will not improve the score. The wing needs improvement and training aids can help. Let us take a close look at training aids from the positive viewpoint and with an approach that has worked for many. If the average golfer is serious about improving her/his game here are some steps to follow: 1. Analyze your game by studying your score card.

But to most it is not taken seriously. Yes most want to improve their games but most are not prepared to do what it takes to get better. By comparison consider Tiger Woods. Since the age of two as seen on national TV he was hitting the ball with consistency. Today he still says that his "swing is a work in progress." Not only does he utilize video analysis he employs coaches like Butch Harmon and Hank Haney. And he physically works out daily to maintain his flexibility. It is no wonder he has already won 68 PGA tournaments. The average golfer wants immediate gratification from new clubs and/or any training aid s/he might buy.

Some of the golf training aids are swing trainers aim trainers golf simulators practice balls mats nets putting greens and putting aids. Try golf resistance cords: The swing weight trainer helps the golf player to strengthen his muscles in the appropriate areas of his arms for a profitable golf swing. The weight fixed at the other end of this golf training aid can be adjusted to match woods and irons. Golf Resistance Cords give additional resistance training to the golfers swing action. They improve the arms and torso giving additional strength and stability to the golfers upper body leading him to a superior game.

Where are you losing most strokes? If you are driving the ball out of bounds or frequently into the woods or heavy rough you need to improve your driving. Is it distance off the tee? Is it a slice or a hook? Try to identify the specific error with your drives. 2. Research all the training aids that claim to improve driving and/or that aspect of the drive that is causing you problems. The internet is a great source for such aids as are golf stores your pro shop and your local pro. Look for testimonials from other golfers who had your same problem but made improvement with that aid. 3. Try out the aid. Many golf specialty stores have indoor driving ranges and nets that will enable you to experiment with the training aid. Most aids offer a 30 day trial or risk free guarantee.

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