The Speed Stik is a training aid designed to increase your clubhead speed at impact. It claims just 20 swings a day can give you 20 extra yards or more off the tee. The device is about the length of a driver, features an extra-flexible shaft and training grip. A moveable magnet – called the “Speed Bullet” – attaches to a stationary magnet just below the handle. The bullet includes five settings, adjustable to match any golfer’s regular swing speed. The Speed Bullet stays in place as you swing to the top, then slides down the shaft when you release (uncock) the wrists and hands on the downswing. As you reach peak speed, the bullet hits a stopper at the bottom of the shaft and produces an audible “crack.”
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How about a day of Persian golf? The Golfer’s Rubaiyat captures in 79 stanzas a day out on the course–its wiles and frustrations, its lessons for life. Its a vintage 1901 book of poems.
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Laser Putt putting aid consist of 2 Lasers: GREEN and RED.
It provides visual feedback in the following ways:
ALIGNMENT: The GREEN laser lets you visually confirm that you are lined up perfectly every time and allows you to see exactly where the putter makes contact with the ball. You will clearly see if you hit the ball off the toe or heel as well as the amount of your error. CALIBRATION: The RED laser shows you the precise apex of your backstroke, letting you putt with repeatable consistency at any distance.
“In order to sharpen up your short game, go out to the course at the end of the day and play it like a par-3 layout. Play your first shot on the par 4’s and par 5’s from within 150 yards. Think of the sequence of shots that you want to take and avoid trouble. By taking this approach you will realize how important the short game is.”
theHANGER is a training aid that has a half circle-shaped frame with a club face reference head at the bottom. The aid provides visual and tactile feedback during the swing. Visual feedback: Club face reference head. Tactile feedback: Hanger touching or not touching the inside of your forearms.
1. Keeps the club head outside your hands.
2. Ideal for training club face and path control.
3. Promotes flat lead wrist at the top of your swing.
4. Lead wrist flection in transition.
5. Fixes the over-the-top move, scooping, and prevents the slice
6. Dynamic shaft lean through impact.
7. Promotes correct muscle memory.
Golf is more than just a sport. It is an incomparable source of camaraderie, a test of one’s equanimity, and a reminder of the sheer joy of playing a game. Like any pursuit that people grow to love, it just won’t stay put. Its allure extends far beyond the course, turning up in the ways we decorate and in the clothes we wear, in our art and literature, in the memories that delight us, and in the anticipation we feel for pleasant outings to come.
In Golf Style, Vicky Moon turns her expansive eye to every aspect of the lifestyle that the game has inspired. In eighteen (of course) chapters, she takes us on an excursion through all things golf. From legendary meccas at the Greenbrier Resort in West Virginia to Celtic Manor in Cardiff, Wales, to Whistling Straits in Kohler, Wisconsin, here are the courses and clubhouses that have played host to the game throughout history and whose luxury and beauty inspire us long after the back nine is over. We get to peek inside the golf-inflected residences of celebrated golfers such as Jonathan Byrd, Denis Watson, Duffy Waldorf, Fred Funk, and Sophie Gustafson; and the creative minds of award-winning course designer Rees Jones, country club and resort decorator Carleton Varney, and British golfer Ian Poulter, whose own line of golf garb brings new meaning to color on the fairways. We see golf-themed art and antiques collections, learn about state-of-the-art turbo-charged drivers, get a taste of the delicious dinners served at the Masters, recall favorite films in which golf is the real star, and admire shining trophies and stunning jewelry inspired by the game.
Golf Style is a joyous celebration of the history, traditions, personalities, innovations, challenges, and verdant beauty associated with the game, as well as a limitless source of inspiration for anyone, duffer or pro, who wants to make the sport a part of his or her life both on and off the green.
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SOFTOUCH golf finger sleeves are designed to be used in the game of golf in lieu of a golf glove on the “power” hand or in conjunction with the gloved hand on the “trailing” hand.
-Acts as a protective device to reduce friction points on fingers – alleviating irritation, blisters, and calluses without hindering the feel or sensitivity of executing the golf swing
-Promotes a softer touch and looser grip without sacrificing club head stability
-Beneficial for players with arthritis by providing less joint agitation from softer grip
-Provided in a “short sleeve” and “long sleeve” format to allow the player to customize his/her particular needs to cover friction points which varies from player to player.
“How to play par 3s-Unfortunately, too many bogeys, double bogeys, and worse are made on the easiest holes because golfers don’t plan them carefully enough … Distinguish between the safe part of the green and the fat part. Play for the safe part, not the fat part …Always tee the ball up on a par 3… A good rule of thumb is to take one more club than you think you need…”
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