Lock-in Golf Grip

Hitting unwanted slices or hooks? Having problems hitting off the ground? Unable to consistently hit it long? Chances are you are gripping the club incorrectly and making an improper wrist hinge. The Lock-in Golf Grip bio mechanically sets your hands correctly on the grip and teaches the proper wrist hinge like the pros. Gripping the club incorrectly creates other bad body compensations throughout the golf swing and become difficult habits to break. Get the Lock-in Golf Grip and create the correct muscle memory. Set it to the recommended setting and adjust if needed. Find what works best for you then lock it in!

Featured at the 2019 PGA Merchandise show, the Lock-in Golf Grip Training System teaches proper wrist hinge, and forces correct hand placement to give you the perfect swing.
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By Tony Ianazone


Zepp Golf

Zepp Golf is a smart coach training system. The sensor attaches onto your glove and connects wireless to your smartphone. With a few swings Zepp will evaluate the areas where you can improve and offer you training programs that are tailored to your swing.

Zepp Golf Features:
1. 3D SWING ANALYSIS: Measure the most important aspects of your swing: club speed, club plane, tempo, back swing length and more
2. INSTANT EVALUATION: Receive analysis and evaluations geared to help you focus your training
3. SMART COACH: Personalized video training programs from PGA/LPGA Players and Tour Instructors
4. COURSE MODE: Course Mode measures your full swings on the golf course. Compare metrics and consistency from round to round and course to range

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Vari-Break Putting Mat by SKLZ

10 ft. long and 3 ft. wide with true-roll surface and adjustable breaks, this putting green simulates on-course conditions.

It includes:
1. Two foam wedges that contour the green to create the breaks found on the course.
2. A Putt Pocket that reduces the cup’s size to help you build more precise aiming and alignment. It also makes the cups out on the course look bigger, which helps you make more putts.

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Tom Watson, Tom Watson’s Strategic Golf with Nick Seitz (1993)

“How to play par 3s-Unfortunately, too many bogeys, double bogeys, and worse are made on the easiest holes because golfers don’t plan them carefully enough … Distinguish between the safe part of the green and the fat part. Play for the safe part, not the fat part …Always tee the ball up on a par 3… A good rule of thumb is to take one more club than you think you need…”
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