A certain “upper echelon” golfer in the world recently put the CS2 Putting Aid on the map. Bill takes a minute to review the CS2 and let you know if it will help your game.
The latest training aid to earn the prestigious title “Training Aid That Works” is Martin Chuck’s Tour Striker Educator. This is a small, inexpensive training aid that you can use to fix almost any facet of your game.
Bill continues the search for an easy to use and affordable practice net. See if he thinks he found it in the Rukk Net.
If you’re looking for the best high tech swing trainer, your search is over. SwingSmart Duo takes everything that has been great about SwingSmart and adds more data and better accuracy.
Bill reviews a unique at-home practice solution from ProAdvance, the ProApproach Net.
If you have struggle to hit crisp iron shots, the Tour Striker, our latest Training Aid That Works, may be the solution.
The data says that the average golfer has no idea where he’s actually aimed. Laser Putt aims to fix that.
Our series, Training Aids That Work, continues with Grip4orce, a product that every golfer should own.
There are a million ideas about putting: “optimal” strokes, natural strokes, arced strokes, straight strokes, and on and on, but even competing putting gurus will agree that if you can’t start the ball on line consistently, you can’t be a great putter. Enter the Putting Fork Pro. This simple training aid is focused on only one thing: starting the ball on line.
Today we launch a new series, Training Aids That Work, to highlight the best of the best in the world of golf training aids. The first product to receive this honor: Tour Tempo.