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  1. The PlaneMate is a relatively new training aid that costs about $160. Tour Striker PlaneMate - Tour Striker The Tour Striker PlaneMate is a GAME CHANGER. Order now to make sure you get yours before they’re gone. Essentially, the PlaneMate helps you do a few things: Take the club back without rolling it inside. Get to the top reasonably well on plane. Lay it down a bit from there. Pivot through without throwing the clubhead at the ball. Early returns are good for some, mixed for others. Those with mixed or no results don't seem
  2. http://www.dstgolf.com/optimise-golf-swing/how-dst-golf-clubs-work You'll notice that everything in that description talks about how the shaft appears, or how a line appears, so that you set up properly. In essence, everything - the shaft being bent, the wide sole with a specific bounce, and the line near the hosel - is geared toward one thing: to get the handle forward at setup. As you can see, I've done that here in two swings: So far so good, right? I added a white line so that you can see the curve in the shaft. I will tell you that it appears to b
  3. Call for TheSandTrap Community Feedback! At Hackmotion, we have previously built a popular training product for advanced golfers and coaches currently used by both tour players and well known coaches (including @david_wedzik and me, @iacas). Now we are developing a new sensor based training aid for regular, everyday golfers helping to improve their consistency and make range practice sessions more engaging. We have built a prototype and since we firmly believe in user feedback driven product development we need to know what you guys think. Without giving too much detail away and ris
  4. https://ixiasports.com/products/true-pendulum-motion I wanted to take a long overdue moment to talk a little bit about one of the better putting training aids on the market today. Putting is, as you know, one of the areas of the game that have the least effect on your score, and yet… is so, so, so frustrating to a lot of people. Though the average person loses fewer strokes to putting than they might think, those with a glaring weakness can really pile up the lost strokes, becoming increasingly frustrated with each and every one. Now, long-time forum members know that putting is thre
  5. https://www.hangergolf.com/ https://www.hangergolf.com/pages/before-and-after https://www.hangergolf.com/pages/testimonials I know @coachjimsc has one, and I have one I'm reviewing for the site in the next three weeks or so.
  6. I received on Saturday and will today begin messing around with a new training aid, the Chili Wacker (https://chiliwacker.com). As you can see, it's a couple of pool noodles on a tripod with a tilting mount (ball head). It costs $169.95 with free shipping at https://chiliwacker.com/products/chiliwacker. The ChiliWacker was dreamt up by Minnesota PGA Professional/Director of Instruction Eric Chiles over his 22 years in the golf business. As with any good idea, Eric needed help making his idea a reality. You can read a bit more about it here: https://chiliwacker.com/pages/why-chil
  7. http://www.perfectstrokeputtingaid.com The PerfectStroke TPE putting training aid is a multifaceted putting training aid that reinforces a number of good things. It costs about $200 (some discounts are available) including shipping and comes with: A reflective base. Two posts to which you can attach… … one or two carbon fiber bars. … and one of two clear plastic strips with different alignment lines (single, double). The TPE can be used in a variety of combinations. You can attach or detach one or both carbon fiber rails and you can use use either (or n
  8. I received a training aid today that I wanted to share with you all, it's called the HackersRx. It's an alignment and ball position training aid. You can visit their website here: https://www.hackersrx.com/homepage/ I haven't been able to get outside with it yet so I'll just jot some quick first thoughts: It is lightweight and will fit easily into a golf bag so you can take it anywhere. I like how the rods are marked in 1" increments but they are a little hard to see clearly in the glare of the overhead lighting in my house. It's a multitasker. I'm a big fan of
  9. Product Name: Tee Claw Product Type: Rubber Tee Replacement and Training Aid Product Website/URL: teeclaw.com Cost: $14.95 (list) Ratings (out of 5): Quality: 5 Value: 5 Effectiveness: 5 Durability: 5 Esthetic Appeal: 4 My Member Review I hate those stupid rubber tees when you’re forced to hit off mats at the range or indoors. They are never the right height; they frequently rip or get torn; and once worn, they won’t support a ball any longer. I tried to solve this problem in the past by packing the tee hole in the mat with cardboard and sticking a regular tee in that
  10. Product Name: "Train Your Aim" by David Keller Product Type: Putting Training Aid Product Website: http://www.trainyouraim.com Cost: $10 Reviewers: @bmartin461, @Club Rat, @TN94z, myself This discussion thread is for Members to share their unboxing, initial and ongoing impressions, and to answer questions by others for "Train Your Aim," a putting training aid by David Keller.
  11. Product Name: "The Navigator" by Dirty Larry Golf Product Type: Putting Training Aid Product Website: https://www.dirtylarrygolf.com/buy-best-putting-aids/ Cost: $50 to 60 Reviewers: @bmartin461, @Club Rat, @TN94z, myself This discussion thread is for Members to share their unboxing, initial and ongoing impressions, and to answer questions by others for "The Navigator," a putting training aid by Dirty Larry Golf.
  12. hey guys i was just wondering what is the best training aid out there to cure a slice? I make good contact with the ball but i cant get rid of my slice.
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