Golf Training Aids Actually Worth Using

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3 Golf Training Aids to Take Your Game to the Next Level

Have you ever invested in a golf training aid only to have it collect dust in the corner of your garage? Have you ever purchased a device that promised to fix your biggest problem, only to wind up feeling like you were taken in by a good sales pitch?

The golf industry is saturated with literally thousands of training aids, and it can feel almost impossible to separate the gimmicks from the game-changers.

That’s why I want to give you a leg-up by sharing three products that consistently help my students play better golf. As a PGA Teaching Professional and Director of Instruction for USGolfTV and the Sanford POWER Golf Academy, it’s my job to evaluate the effectiveness of a training tool. I can’t afford to waste my students’ time on a product that doesn’t immediately prove beneficial to their practice.

I’m going to tell you about three training aids for:
Full swing
All aspects of your golf game

I use every one of these tools with my students. I have seen these products help promising golfers become strong golfers, and strong golfers become outstanding golfers.

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dcx45 says:

Steel ruler and SkyProp A.M.A.Z.I.N.G

PINGFan says:

Tour Striker Power Impact Pro for in the house. I have the 2.0 version which I believe is aluminium.  There are many different uses for this to help get the feel of a good golf swing as Martin shows this in the video.

Saber Golf Trainer. This is good for around the house as well for when I can't make it to the range or for our long winters. I am using the lighter shorter 1.5 version for in the house as it feels more like a 7 or 8 iron. I like using it for drills like having my right foot back toe down and heel up, or the feet together drill. It has a metal ball inside to help with timing, it is square to help with club face, and one end is heavy and the other is light.

Harold Wetzel says:

Where can the bi-colored ball be purchased?

Ismael Hislop says:

what is the name of putting ball maker

Peter Morrison says:

Puttout and Puttout mat

Joe Perez says:

I found a PING golf ball 15 years ago that was half white and half gray. Wonder if it was meant to be a training ball? ? Dave Pelz sells balls with red circles on them. Calls the "o Balls," I think. There's also something called "Putter Wheel," which looks like a golf ball with the sides lopped off, that will show wobble, and even tip over if struck properly.

Full swing: Orange Whip.
Putting: Puttout.

videom says:

For putting: Skypro ; Pelz Putting Tutor ; Perfect Putt
For full swing: Skypro and Swing Coach
Live view just seems to expensive IMO

roland97008 says:

painted golf ball… ok then

Stephen Flood says:

Puttout training aid really helped me.

BillBuys Houses says:

Great video, check out laser ball by Dan Welch.

Erich Leopold Golf says:

I like the clothes hanger and just a drill stick to hold on the grip, those are the best for me

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