Homemade Golf Training Aids That Really Work

Homemade Golf Training Aids That Really Work

This 56 page book describes how the author built his own golf training aids. From beginner to scratch golfer, there is something here for you. Golf instruction has a very hard time getting through to the average golfer. The author set out to find a better way to demonstrate the correct swing feel for himself, and now others. To learn the golf swing you first have to learn how to FEEL the correct swing. Since no two people are alike, what one persons feels can be totally different from what someone else does. A golf training aid is designed to help you find this elusive feel for the swing. You could spend hundreds of dollars on the many swing training aids available; or you could build your own for little or no cost. The reason this is important is that it may take several different training aids before you find something that works for you. There is 18 different training aids described in the book. Some are quite simple, others are a little more complex…all are effective! Many of the training aids require an indoor practice area. It is not necessary in all cases that you have the ability to complete a full swing. So you will be able to simulate the feel in most cases whether or not you can complete a full swing. It is filled with pictures that show what the training aid looks like and also describes how the author constructed and used each one.

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Homemade Golf Training Aids That Really Work

This 56 page book describes how the author built his own golf training aids. From beginner to scratch golfer, there is something here for you. Golf instruction has a very hard time getting through to the average golfer. The author set out to find a better way to demonstrate the correct swing feel for himself, and now others.

To learn the golf swing you first have to learn how to FEEL the correct swing. Since no two people are alike, what one persons feels can be totally different from what someone else does. A golf training aid is designed to help you find this elusive feel for the swing. You could spend hundreds of dollars on the many swing training aids available; or you could build your own for little or no cost. The reason this is important is that it may take several different training aids before you find something that works for you.

There is 18 different training aids described in the book. Some are quite simple, others are a little more complex…all are effective! Many of the training aids require an indoor practice area. It is not necessary in all cases that you have the ability to complete a full swing. So you will be able to simulate the feel in most cases whether or not you can complete a full swing. It is filled with pictures that show what the training aid looks like and also describes how the author constructed and used each one.