The Swing Caddy S300 is simple to use, gives plenty of needed information. It’s extremely accurate which is critical to the users. It’s easy to hear and see in sunlight. For the price you can’t beat it, it’s a fraction of the price of the top name brands and does all the average golfer needs. […]
No doubt about it, launch monitors are here to stay…I wonder if Ben Hogan or Jack Nicklaus needed one?
SkyTrak offers a lot of competitive data for a fairly inexpensive price. Great for the home set-up.
My answer is based on what some friend have told me as well as clients, From a friend of my from the Met PGA section, when he does not have the use of CGQuad or Trackman especially outside and easy of travel the Flightscope Mevo seems to be the winner. The only I don’t know […]
The absolute best launch monitor any amateur can purchase! Doubles as a simulator. And easy to use on the golf course. My academy features Mevo+ for its academy members, allowing them to use Mevo+ during practice sessions. And as accurate as my FlightScope X3. Watch my good friend, Alex Trujillo demonstrate its capabilities!
Zelocity and Ernest Sports is pretty good
I can’t think of any key that is more important when it comes to solid ball striking! Keeping the head reasonably steady and your eyes keenly focused on the ball, is the bottom line if you want to hit solid golf shots! Every golfer knows this,yet most golfers neglect this huge key to solid play. […]
Get in your golf posture and have your butt next to a wall. Make swings without a club and your butt has to stay connected to the wall.
We hear constantly from our friends & golf buddies to “ keep your head down” when coming up out of the shot… it’s really is “stay in your posture” … maintain your tilt of your chest over the ball until your arms help bring you up. Too often people stay down too long when being […]
Practice starting the forward swing by shifting “weight” or “pressure” from the rear foot to the forward foot while keeping the front hip basically “closed”. The “step” drill basically promotes this move. Club is halfway down and the hips have squared with knees flexed. No hyperextension or “standing up”.