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Finding The Right Golf Swing Training Aid For You

With players like Tiger Woods, Sean O’Hair, Zach Johnson, Steve Flesch, and Tim Clark golf is becoming a very popular sport and every one wants to be like them. First things first: those guys and many ladies in the LPGA have been playing for years and have had lots of practice.

Now with that said, they all have one thing in common and that is a good golf swing. You can obtain a good golf swing with the help of some kind of golf swing training aid without paying hundreds of dollars for a trainer.

If you are going to be golfing for fun make sure to spend plenty of time at the driving range. As the old saying goes, practice makes perfect. a bucket of balls usually isn't very expensive at about ten dollars, so nothing should stop you from going every so often to practice on a bucket at the range.

Tip: Double-check your golf shoes before every round. Having clean golf shoes gives you better grip on the turf during your swing, providing a stronger base and ultimately a more powerful shot.

There is literally hundreds of the golf swing training aid available on the market today. Some are worthwhile and others…well, you can just look at them and tell that they probably won’t work.

Picking the Right Aid

One easy suggestion for trying to hit a fade is to add a little more squeeze to your grip. While you may not have the full distance you would gain from your normal grip, using a little more strength, especially in the non-dominant hand, will give you that extra movement on the ball when you need it. Practice this on the driving range.

Tip: There are many ways to putt a golf ball, but for the beginner golfer the most simple way to remember proper putting is the word "center". All puts should originate from the center of the putter while you are still learning.

Picking out the right golf swing training aid can be a daunting task and it can defiantly turn you off from the game of golf. Don’t worry; choosing the right aid is not that bad. The first thing you want to do is look at where you are having difficulties with your swing.

For example, if you are hitting the ball straight off the tee for a good distance (250 to 300 yards) but are having problems with your irons and chip shots, then your options in the golf swing training aid department have just been reduced by fifty percent.

To get better at your golfing game, you should care less. When winning and losing do not matter to you, your mind and body will be far more relaxed. This means that you will play a lot better and have lower scores. When your ball lands in a bunker, smile and laugh about it. You'll get out in a single relaxed stroke most often, while someone frustrated, will be in there a while.

Tip: The power to control your club is needed to ensure an accurate shot. Exercises such as wrist extensions, wrist curls, overhead tricep extensions and bicep curls will fine tune your muscles that control the club.

Picking the one that is right for you is personal thing. In other words, your problems may be slightly different than someone else having chipping problems. So the aid you choose depends on your particular situation.

Maybe you are having problems putting, then again you have to look at your individual game and find out the specifics of your problem.

It is important to buy a good, sturdy golf club, but do not spend too much money. Companies tend to overcharge on their golf clubs because of their brand. There are many reliable clubs that are available for a fraction of the cost. If you are unsure of which one to get, check out online reviews.

Tip: To achieve the best shot possible, avoid long swings at all costs. The longer your swing is the faster it will go, which will reduce your chance of hitting an accurate shot.

Mental or Physical

Maybe your problem is more mental than physical. This is not a problem, as there are many golf swing training aid books and compact discs to help you overcome a mental block. There are even aids that can help you with certain exercises that help the golfers strengthen and stretch the “golf” muscles.

A helpful tip when it comes to golf, is to never let your tools dictate your skill. Your skill should be independent of any equipment that you use and better tools should only enhance your current ability. This is important to consider when it comes to golf clubs, as well as, any accessories that you use.

Keep in mind that the golf industry makes billions of dollars a year and even though most of them are honest in their claims that their golf swing training aid can help you. However, there are those out there that are only trying to make a buck and could care less about your game so be careful when choosing the right aid for you.

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