The Fifth in a Series, Practicing Golf Effectively
Thu, 07/30/2020 - 3:58pm Heraldgroton
20) Analyze Your Stats
One great feature of advanced stat-tracking de- vices is that they can start to reveal tendencies in your game, and you can change your strategy on the course accordingly. Are you much more accurate with a 3-wood off the tee with your driver? Do you have a tendency to miss your approach shots to the left? Are you not taking enough club into greens? All of these questions can be answered quite easily if you start to track statistics. When the infor- mation is clearly presented to you, then you can go about making smarter decisions on the course.
21) Orange Whip
You may have seen this product in the bags of PGA Tour Players and various teaching pros. It seems to be everywhere because it works. The Orange Whip is one of the most versatile swing trainers out there because it can help you warm up, work on your tempo, and improve the balance of your swing. Swinging the whip just 5 minutes a day can do wonders for your swing. A lot of golf tips and training aids focus on the mechanics of the golf swing, and the beauty of this product is that it helps you feel a smooth, rhythmic golf swing.
22) DST Compressor
Impact has been described as “the moment of truth” by many great instructors. It’s because no matter what your swing looks like beforehand, if you can control what the club is doing when you make contact with the ball you can have a successful outcome.
23) The Pill
Almost every golfer has the ability to practice their putting at home, in the office, or at a practice facility near them. The Pill golf training ball helps you understand your swing by exaggerating flaws for quick detection & correction. Instant insight improves your performance for putt, chip & full shot.
24) GAME GOLF
If you want to really improve as a golfer, you need to understand where your weaknesses are. That’s extremely hard to do if you are not keeping track of your stats. GAME GOLF is a comprehensive shot-tracking system that uses GPS technol- ogy to show golfers where they stack up, and what they can do to reach their goals. When playing a round, many golfers keep track on their scorecard of poor drives resulting in extra strokes, number of putts per hole, yardage for each club, etc. Keeping track of these and other shots is a very powerful tool in your quest to achieve your goals as a golfer.
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