Choose From Master Groover, Thumb Caddy and AccuHit
There are a number of golf swing training aids that are available with famous golfing names even lending their names to some training aids and so one is able to learn to have a superb golf swing, knowing that it will stay perfect for life. One such golf swing training aid is the Patent Master Groover Method’s Double Guidance aid, which precisely and correctly finds and imparts to the golfer the right feel performance and guarantees that the golfer will master the art of best swing. It helps in developing the perfect power, timing, provides excellent accuracy as well as increases the distance of the golfer’s drives.
It is believed that only 2% actually improve their golf swing by using instructional video tapes, instructors and books, though Master Groover guarantees the golf swing will become perfect and stay that way – all it takes is about 30 hours of use. This golf swing training aid uses the golfer’s own feel senses for teaching, and does so in every swing, thereby ensuring that the golfer understands the exact method of swinging a golf club and is more positive than other golf instruction methods, or so it claims.
Another golf swing training aid is the Thumb Caddy, which is endorsed by Brad Faxon who recommends it because, in spite of its small sized thumb grip, it does much more for the golf game than any other or so Brad endorses. The thumb caddy will keep the golfer’s hands together in the proper position right through the golf swing thus eliminating hooks and slices. The golfer will be able to hit straighter and longer shots as well as improve the short game constancy and, costs just $26.
For more variety of choice, one can try out another golf swing training aid called AccuHit, which is a patented golfers grip enhancing device that works on every club makes, including drivers and all irons. AccuHit will fit all grips and is for use on all clubs and this portable training device is slipped onto the golf club’s grip and helps modify the clenching pressure of the user’s fingers grip, thereby allowing for a steady and mildly firm grip on the golf club, which allows the tension free forearm and shoulder as well as lithe wrist hinging on the golfer’s leading side. It becomes the resting point of the thumb and index finger and this repositioning of the thumb and index finger minimizes the amount of unwanted and imperceptible pinching pressure that is exerted on the club. A golfer’s swing can be completely destroyed by the pinching of the club with thumb and forefinger.