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Could golf training aids and equipment transform your game? I catch up with Matt Fryer and Josh Charnock to find out.

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Peter Finch Golf says:

Hit ❤️ if you want me to start Finch On Fashion ? Hope you are all staying safe out there people

Dave Karnowski says:

Styling on the course with that bling round your neck.

RC says:

I made this training aid for free with some athletic tape, a used desktop toy basketball and a key lanyard. Works great

Joseph Rye says:

Thanks for the video, I just had a lesson and the flaws I found were my arms taking over and lead arm being bent at setup/before impact. I will definitely be purchasing this training aids.

diliviof says:

Right after reading through the golf swing secrets , Jοmtοnο Naha (Go ogle it) and completing it a week ago, I tried out the guide’s advices in the game. Never imagined that after playing for Three decades, my swinging proficiency could still be better. The drills have aided with small details I had never paid a lot of attention to..

Ethan Haas says:

I managed to get a 73-point shot after reading, rehearsing, and doing the methods evident in golf swing strategies , Jοmtοnο Naha (Go ogle it). Another accomplishment I`ve done is hitting 13 of 18 greens in regulation. I also almost hit the green with a range of Five to 10 yards on the other Five holes. 73s is not a normal thing for me because I have a handicap of 9. When I contemplate it, I haven’t experienced an exceptional round for years.

james eiring says:

Stuart Smiths lagtastic has been super helpful

Daniel Greene says:

This aid is really not new but revised. Ledbetter used a ball held between the arms over twenty years ago….they just made it a necklace. The ball was much more judgemental if your arms separated.

Stevie Williams says:

The orange whip is an aid I’ve been using it’s grrrrrrate

Alfred Brown says:

I read the golf swing strategies , Jοmtοnο Naha (Go ogle it) soon after I received it and the next day I was at the golf field testing out the driving tactics for much longer range. I was immediately taking appropriate divots with my irons, properly after strong impact. I hit 10-15 yards more range than the normal range I have with my irons. Get your own now!

Peter K says:

You are using it wrong!

Michael Meyer says:

The best training aid for me was practice. Just a year and I'm greening most of my tee shots. Just looking for that extra help now with putting to drop a few.

Jason David Allen says:

Hi Peter, regarding training aids that matt had, I've had a look at the rolson magnetic on amazon and I can't find it, could you please advise me on where I can get it please, cheers mate

Esteban Molina says:

No it is not the latest from Prada ???

Mike B says:

Every video I've seen on the Smart Ball has been how effective it is, and how positive the results are for users and reviewers, so I ordered one. It's supposed to arrive tomorrow. Now I've seen Finch with it and wonder what the Hell have I done?

Reavx says:

3:15 minutes in, Peter walks by a ball lol in the bush 😀

Alex Corbett says:

I forgot how dry a spring we had this year until I watch this.

thejomboman says:

Great video, very interesting on training aids. My coach has just got me using the "smart striker" so will be interested to see if it helps.


100% on point Peter

Ryan Boyd says:

In all fairness, the smart ball does say in the instructions for application that full swings are not ideal as most would not have enough mobility to make an full swing with it! I’m aware most people improperly apply training aides because they seem intuitive and therefore they ignore the specificity of its design, but the protocols for the smart ball (and other TourStriker products) are pretty specific and are readily available if one wants to make sure they are getting the most out of the training aid. LOVE YOUR VIDEOS BY THE WAY! But do wish you pointed out you used the training aide on a golf course, making full swings which is not even remotely close to protocols you receive when purchasing the product 🙂

Chona Van Bock says:

Pete is adorable! Enjoying his videos – keeping golf real.

Jim Dalgarno says:

Alignment sticks always had trouble with direction.

Oakley2256 says:

What are the other 2 training aids he likes?

Luis Ramirez says:

Superspeed golf. Well worth the time spent working out to increase my swing speed.

Andy Morgan says:

Top draw as usual Pete! Swingyde like Mat, swingclick for tempo and my fav for putting is inside down line putting rail my putting is strongest part of my game according to arccos!

Malcolm A. says:

I only use one aid generally and that is a big sponge to put under my right heel to help start my hip turn. My local pro put me onto the use of it – put it in place; feel like my heel is crushing the sponge and that helps get my hip turn started.

M. Athallah Nur Hidayat says:

Beginning of the video made u flinch


there is a joke too

NathanKuenyGolf says:

6:16 I love the way he says environment

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