Types of Golf Swing Aids

It is no secret that golf is one of the most challenging games to learn how to play. Between the countless clubs, the different courses, and the challenges that come with the weather, everyone is looking for ways to improve their golf games. One of the ways that this might be possible is through the use of golf swing aids. There are different types of swing aids that everyone should think about using.

The Weighted Club Trainer

One of the most popular options on the market is the weighted club trainer. This is essentially the shaft of the golf club with a weight at the end. The weight is typically colored in some way. This tool is designed to help someone improve the overall tempo of their swing, helping to keep their body in line as they swing the club. The weight is easy to see and light enough to be used in training sessions, during warmup, or even in someone’s own living room. The low weight and convenience of this tool have made it very popular among golfers of all skill levels.

Inclined Plastic Putt Trainer

Another option to help with golf swings is the putting trainer. For assistance with the very last swing of the hole, this is a unique, low-tech design used to help someone weight their putts perfectly. With this tool, individuals will need to strike their ball with the perfect weight to get the ball to roll up the incline and back down to the feet. Putts that are hit too hard will roll off the side, while putts that are hit too soft will not reach the incline.

The Golf Impact Ball

Finally, another golf swing aid is the impact ball. This is basically a wiffle ball for golf. Everyone would like to practice their golf swing in their backyard or living room but the ball would shatter everything in sight. This is not a problem with this creative plastic ball. Designed to mimic the feel of a golf ball without flying hundreds of yards, this ball will allow people to practice anywhere.

Using Golf Swing Aids to Improve

These are only a few of the many different types of swing aids that are available on the market. Those who are looking to invest a little more in their game to get that added age should think about putting these tools to use. They could make the difference in dropping that handicap by a few more points, making the game that much more enjoyable.

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