If you're like us, you need to hide the phone when you watch those Golf Channel infomercials that promise to help you groove a consistent swing or add 15 yards to your drives. The truth is that some training aids do work. That's why we asked our Golf Magazine Top 100 Teachers to recommend the best ones, so you'll know what to ask for on your holiday wish list.
Endorser: Developed by Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher Henry Brunton
The grip is perhaps the most important fundamental in the game of golf, so if you're looking to improve, perfecting the way you hold the club is a great place to start. The GripIt Rite promises to check, correct and reinforce a proper grip by encouraging precise finger and hand placement. With the right grip, your shots will not only be longer and straighter, but you'll also benefit from improved skill, confidence and feel. The trainer is easily attached and removed to your own clubs, making it an ideal range companion.
Grip4orce Shot Dot Glove
Endorser: Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher Rod Lidenberg
If you've ever wondered how to hit a fade or a draw at will without changing your swing, this product is for you. The Shot Dot Glove allows you to hit the shot you want by simply changing your grip position. Here's how it works: the glove includes dots with three colors: red, green, and yellow. Each color corresponds to a shot shape (red=fade, green=straight, yellow=draw). All you need to do when you grip the club is position your hand so that the appropriate color for your desired shot shape is visible at address. To double-check that you're in the right position, there are three additional dots on the palm of the glove. The color you can see at address should also be the color that matches up with the top of the handle of the club on your palm. You can use the Shot Dot Glove to enhance your natural shot shape, improve consistency and straighten out errant slices and hooks.
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