Sore Point Pain Relief Gel

This is a golf aid that’ll give the avid golfer a warm feeling on those pain points (elbows, wrists, knees, shoulders) that plague all frequent players. Inventor Dr. Tara O’Brien-Adkins has developed an organic, pleasant smelling remedy for all types of inflammatory ailments from sore joints, stiff muscles and even mosquito bites. SorePoint automatically allow players to expend maximum effort on shot. It’s especially effective on tendinitis, or “golfer’s elbow” – overuse of the muscles and tendons of the forearm, leading to inflammation and pain around the elbow joint. The main culprit is vibration up the club shaft caused when the ball is struck. As this motion is repeated dozens of times on every round, it’s no wonder that pain continues in many golfers long after the round has ended. This analgesic, all-natural oil, roll-on or cream can help take care of that.

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Copper Tech Glove

The innovative Copper Tech gloves are like having three gloves in one. First, each glove is made with form flex technology designed with a compression fit so one size fits all. Copper Tech gloves expand and contract to fit men and women sizes small to extra-large. Second, Copper Tech gloves are engineered with a non-slip patent-pending spider weave silicon technology which reduces wear and allows golfers to grip the club with less tension while improving slip resistance, even in wet conditions. Third the glove’s woven copper-infused compression technology helps soothe joint and muscle pain while helping to relieve pain in arthritic hands.
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DIY Sand Golf Aid

The Problem: Sand shots left in the bunker or sculled into the lip or over the green.


One of the keys to consistent sand shots is hitting the sand two to three inches behind the ball. A common occurrence is when the golfer makes contact too far behind and leaves the ball in the bunker.


Similarly, contact can be made too far behind the ball, but resulting in ‘sculling’ the shot into the lip or over the green. This happens because the club enters the sand with a shallow angle of attack, which causes the club to “bounce off the sand” and as it is exiting, skulls the ball.


The Solution: Turn dust pan upside down and place “noodle” under handle. Place golf ball inches ahead of dust pan’s leading edge. Indicate 12 inches with tape measure.


With the dust pan in place and set at a steep angle, your goal is to avoid the dust pan in the backswing and downswing.


Two ways to get this done:
1) Lean left at address and maintain the lean throughout your stroke.
2) Use your wrists early in the backswing to create a steep angle.


The key is to “zero in” on the 2 to 3-inch mark.


Finally: Clean up your messy sand divot with the dustpan!


The Result: Consistently get out of the sand trap and eventually put the ball close to the hole.


(Ref: winter 2016 ‘clean up’ your sand shots! by Chris Johnston, PGA Professional)


GOLF Magazine’s The Par Plan: A Revolutionary System to Shoot Your Best Score in 30 Days

Thirty Days To a Better Golf Game…..

The Par Plan, Golf Magazine and GolfTEC, the global leader in golf instruction show you how to get there in 30 days. This day-by-day regimen that any golfer can follow is the first to offer instruction across three platforms (lessons, video, smartphone app) to help you assess your technique and pinpoint the weak areas in your game. You’ll see how making small improvements in nine key areas can lead to significant results on the course. You’ll also learn:

-The secrets to adding yards to your drives
-How to avoid costly mistakes on the putting green
-Keys to building an arsenal of score-saving swings
-How to turn good practice days into solid rounds

The plan equips you with lesson schedules and targeted on-range and at-home drills. At each important step, self-assessment tests and the plan’s revolutionary swing-analysis app, My Pro To Go, allow you to chart your progress.

With a plan that this book provides, hopefully you’ll reach the score you wanted!
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Flex-Head Performance Golf Tees


1)Is it “really” unbreakable?
A: It’s warranted against breakage. It can be broken, but it’s extremely rare. About 1 in 6,500 in use results in a break.

2)If I break it, how do I get a new one?
A: Just send us the broken tee and we will promptly send you a new one. We will pick up the postage.

3)Why are there holes in the tee?
A: The holes are part of the design aspect of the “snap-flex” low resistance shaft. They provide compression relief so the resistance to bending is reduced. Point the holes towards your target. The G3 has a nice pointer on the shoulder showing the direction.

4)Does the tee always stay put with the fluted stake?
A: Not always. The G3 does give you feedback. If the tee hasn’t moved, it’s likely you have good sweet spot contact as little deflection has occurred. If the tee flies out, it’s likely more of the shaft was in contact with the club face and the bending moment was increased. If it flies out, it will be located directly in front or behind you 90% of the time.

5)Is the tee USGA legal?
A: Yes it is.

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Horace Hutchinson, Hints On The Game of Golf (1886)

“You will find that the more you get into the habit of making the vagaries of your surroundings an excuse for a bad stroke, the more real and powerful will their distracting influence become. If you can bring yourself to treat those trifling distractions, even when they have put you off your stroke, with the silent contempt they merit, you will soon grow to disregard them – whereby you will become a better golfer, and pleasanter.”
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One of the most critical aspects of the golf swing is the position of the head during the swing. Many professional golfers and instructors will tell you, keeping your head still during the swing is absolutely critical. Others say some lateral motion is normal. In any case, head motion is hard to detect during the swing. The Head Motion Indicator (HEMI) Rod enables you to see this motion very easily and accurately.
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Photo 1 shows the head and ball centered in the viewing frame.
Photo 2 shows the head left of the ball.
Photo 3 shows the head right of the ball.
Photos 4 & 5 show the HEMI Rod.
Photos 6 & 7 show the HEMI Rod being used.