Successful golf instructors use many different methods to help their students improve the way they play the game. A key part of that process for many instructors is the tools of the trade – the teaching and training aids they use on the lesson tee, and that they often recommend to their students for use during practice sessions. We are very proud to say that once again, we made the GRAA Top 25 Teaching & Training Aids list!
Since we started our new Partner Program, we’ve had dozens of inquires from golf professionals around the county and even around the world! The program is designed to give you the pros favorite tips and drills using training aids that we carry such as: The Impact Snap, Impact Bag, Orange Whip, Acu-Strike Golf Training Mat and more! We wanted to share with you just a few who are now partners with us. If you’re a golf professional and have great tips to share and educate others to use them and get better, then please write to firstname.lastname@example.org
We’ve decided to give golfers up to 30% off but the stipulation is they have to give us great usable content, meaning tips/drills using the training aids. Now here is something everyone will love…once we review the content, you have a chance to earn money back you spend on products.
The SKLZ Quickster Chipping Net has been a great and very useful product for golfers of all ages who want to practice their short game whether it’s their home office, backyard or wherever! The net features three different sized target holes and a ball-catching slot at the bottom for missed shots.
As an added bonus, we had LPGA Class A Member and Chair for the LPGA National Continuing Education Committee, Megan Younkman “chip” out the first pitch. A big thank you to the staff at Roger Dean Stadium and for the fans who came out that night.
It works off your smartphone using simple bluetooth technology. Simply download the app and listen to the magic happen! It will tell you precisely how far your shot is to the pin and what you hit as you play.
We’ve all been there, you’re on a driving range and you’re not performing as well as you should. Whether it’s trying to hit a ball a certain distance or you’re frustrated by why you’re not making the best ball contact or even if your swing is off plane a bit, we know how you feel.