Many golf equipment and services promise improvements in technology, health and many other factors and ultimately an improvement in disability. But not every type of training – and therefore not every product – brings you more. Here we have summarized the training methods and which articles are relevant and useful for any type of golfer.
Golf books – it all starts in the head
Authors such as Frank Adamovich and Fabian Bunker attempt with their literature to improve style and mental attitude towards supposedly perfect technique and thus lay the foundation for a more successful golf match. A detailed review of Golf 4.0 can be found here in a blog post by Frank Beller.
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Softballs – Fun for your four walls
Softballs are probably the softest training equipment a golfer can use. They also offer the fair-weather golfer the opportunity to practice indoors in wind and weather for little money.
Training Grips – The way to the perfect grip
With training handles, a neutral grip position can be trained over and over again. The handles are usually mounted on a medium iron (7 or 8).
Warning: In most tournaments, training moves are prohibited.
Training nets – training equipment for each type of bullet
Training nets are available for short chopping strokes as well as for transfer and alignment.
It’s perfect for improving accuracy in short games – all without green chipping.
Great exercise nets
They can be used primarily for training transports and tees.
Putting training equipment – training on the most important meters (centi-)
When playing, many golfers give up most of the strokes. But what equipment can you thoroughly train here?
It is suitable for precision training at different lengths.
Available in different shapes and models, many green characteristics and positions can be trained using throw mats.
Speedsticks – On the way to more speed
With golf speed sticks, you can warm up before a round of golf and perfect your swing. Equipped with different weights at the end of the stick, different clubs are simulated.
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