Golf Teaching Aids - A Quick Review

By: Terry Edwards

When it comes to golf teaching aids there is no shortage to pick from. There are golf training aids available for every aspect of your golf game. From having a proper stance to dropping the last putt, there is something to help anyone. The best advice here is to not get confused. Purchase a golf training aid that help cure a particular problem area of your golf game. Here are a few of the proven golf teaching aids that will help everyone's golf game.

The Power Stance Trainer

This golf training aid is great if you have problems shifting your weight during your golf swing, or can't seem to get yourself properly aligned, etc. Having the proper alignment as well as shifting your weight correctly is vitally important to your golf swing. It helps you hit the ball to where you're aiming and also produces power. This is one of the only golf training aids on the market that addresses the importance of your lower body in your golf swing.

The Impact Ball

This golf teaching tool will help you square the clubface during impact with the golf ball, as well as help you gain more distance on every shot. The Impact Ball fits between your arms as you swing the golf club. If you swing properly the Impact Ball will stay between your arms and not fall down. It trains your swing in creating the perfect alignment between your body, your hands, and your wrists during impact. This is a very good golf training aid to own.

Medicus Dual Hinge Driver/Iron

The Medicus driver has been around for some time now, and with good reason. It works! When properly used, the Medicus dual hinge driver will help give you the perfect perfect golf swing. This golf training aid is one of simplicity. If you swing the club correctly, the hinge will not break. If you don't, the hinge will break, and you will know your golf swing is not on plane and in rhythm. This golf teaching tool will also eliminate a slicing problem in your game.

The Speed Stik

Endorsed by professional golfer Vijay Singh, the Speed Stik will help increase the power and speed of your golf swing. This golf training aid is a 25 oz golf shaft with a built in swing speed gauge to let you know your swing speed immediately. You can track your progress as you continue practicing with the Speed Stik. It will also help you strengthen the muscles that are used during your golf swing. The Speed Stik is simple to use and by practicing with it on a regular basis, it will give you increased distance on every shot.

The Inside Approach

This golf training aid is endorsed and used by Jack Nicklaus. This piece of equipment sits over the top of your golf ball and teaches you where the club head needs to be swung in order to correctly hit the golf ball. It will help you to make solid contact and also increase your driving distance. This golf training aid will also help to cure any problems with slicing or hooking the golf ball.

Wrist Firm

This is one of the best golf teaching aids available for learning to keep your wrists firm during your golf swing. The Wrist Firm helps keep your lead wrist flat and firm during impact. It will also help keep your trailing wrist from breaking down, which can cause you to pop up the ball and rob you of any distance. Another benefit of this wonderful golf training aid is that it will help you keep your wrists firm while putting.

The Swing Jacket

This golf teaching tool is actually a swing jacket that you wear that will keep your arms locked with your body. The result of this action is that arms will swing with your body instead of separating and causing offline, and off center golf swings. The Swing Jacket will help you feel what a proper swing should be like. Using this golf training aid will give you increased power and accuracy.

These are just a few of the many different golf teaching aids available on the market today. Each one can easily help you improve your golf game by giving a more correct swing, along with more distance. Isn't that something that us weekend golfers are always looking for?

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