Speed and Swing Teaching Aids
Admit it, seeing the pros bombard their records every Sunday makes us all want to go further.
While the vast majority of us won’t hit 300-yard, or even 280-yard drives, everyone has the ability to stretch. Yes, even you.
Managing expectations is a big part of golf. The same goes for gaining speed. It won’t happen overnight, but with a plan, it’s something anyone can do.
Whether it’s a lack of speed, a poor putt, the dreaded yelps of the short game, or anything else that affects your game, golf week watch over you. We’ve picked out some of the best products to steer your game in the right direction.
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Why it will lower your score: Knowing where you started is just as important as knowing where you ended up. This Rapsodo launch monitor is one of the most affordable on the market and will give you accurate readings throughout your speed training journey.
Why it will lower your score: The Garmin Approach R10 turns your phone into a golf simulator. At home, you can play with up to three friends on over 42,000 golf courses. On the practice tee, the Approach R10 can record video and give you metrics to measure your swing.