Tour Angle 144 Golf Trainer "I use the Tour Angle 144 almost every time I visit the driving range, It has helped my ball striking as it seems to position me at the correct distance from the ball no matter which club I am swinging." What golfers and golf teachers have said about the Tour Angle 144… "As a PGA professional I believe this training device allows the student to work on their own with this aid, with little to no instruction from the golf pro." – Mark Moretti, (PGA Professional) "I love the TourAngle144. I have incorporated it into my warm-up routine. I find that it helps build proper tempo, something everyone needs. I also like to use it when I practice my chipping. I keep it permanently in my golf bag." – Peter Kuchar (Father of PGA Tour Player, Matt Kuchar) "By far the best and most simple training aid on the market. Fab for short game also. Great DVD enclosed." – Larry Mowry, 1989 Senior PGA Championship Winner "The Tour Angle 144 eliminates so much of the unnecessary movements of the hands and wrists that even good players make." – Joe Hallett (2011 Golf Magazine Top 100 Instructor) "I have been around golf for many years as a caddie, working in pro shops, and I played golf competitively in college. Even after all my experience, The Tour Angle 144 has had a dramatic positive impact on my ball striking and posture! The video is hands down one of the best teaching videos for golfers of all handicap levels!" James King M.D. "I use the Tour Angle 144 almost every time I visit the driving range, It has helped my ball striking as it seems to position me at the correct distance from the ball no matter which club I am swinging." "I actually like that this apparatus doesn’t latch or fit onto a golf club grip (I found the SWINGYDE annoying to use because it just took too much time to unscrew and rescrew the parts whenever I wanted to change clubs)." " I love having my students use the Tour Angle 144 Trainer because it puts them into a perfect setup with their wrist in a correct position, the club proper distance away from the ball, and a great posture all at the same time. I would recommend the Tour Angle 144 Trainer to any golfer." "Actually the Tour Angle 144 is best for little no-wrist chip shots. – This product gave me instant feedback for several swing faults/issues: 1) Standing too tall at address. The apparatus encourages you to take a more bent over posture at address as it "shows" you the correct angle between the shaft and your forearm. 2) Taking the club too far outside on the takeaway. The correct address position promotes a low one piece takeaway. One of things I struggle with is a high takeaway where my hands take the club far outside. Maintaining the correct angle between the shaft and forearm forces you to take the club back more on plane. 3) Coming down too steep in the downswing. I’ve been trying to shallow out my swing forever. I found that the correct takeaway is key as it puts the club in the correct position needed to come down on plane. " "I bought mine for 29.00 and it stopped me from flipping my wrist and I am now hitting the ball like I always tried to do but couldn’t. It actually opened up my image of the proper moves which I could never do because of the flipping I am now stroking the ball. thank you" "The product also gives great feedback for casting. Overall, this is a clever product which could really help someone who has setup and takeaway issues." “It automatically promotes perfect posture, a unified take-a-way and teaches you to hold a powerful angle until impact with every club in your bag. And it will firmly alert you if you ‘cast’ the club. Practice chipping with it and your chipping woes will finally disappear.”
Pure Solid Perfect Little One PSP Golf’s first game improvement golf club aptly named "The Little One" is a revolutionary new golf training aid that will not only improve your ball striking, increase your distance, elevate your concentration and improve your confidence but you will receive instant feedback on your swing that will result in more rapid improvement and lower your scores. Our brain is focused on the task at hand even with a different sized clubhead! Hitting the ball with the center of the club is a constant priority regardless of the club you have in your hand. By having a more specific (smaller) target our awareness becomes more focused on achieving our goal. The "Transition" is the moment you are emotionally aware of the simplicity behind "The Little One" and the freedom it gives you to hit every shot without fear. The result is more consistent, solid, repetitive shots no matter what club you have in your hand. How to Use Please read the following for our ideas and recommendations on how to start your experience with The Little One most effectively: Since golf is about getting the ball into the hole with as few strokes as possible, we will begin to train our senses around the green first. After learning basic direction and distance control with your putter on the green The Little One starts to come into its element as soon as you reach the fringe. Everything has a beginning and so we start with the golf shot that has the shortest ball flight "the chip". Toss a few balls down and gently strike some short chip shots. Not far; this is not a distance thing! After spending some time getting comfortable with The Little One from close range move gradually back and choose longer shots with a greater flight distance and more "run-out". Gradually as your chosen shot lengthens the feedback The Little One gives you on centered ball-strikes will develop significantly. If you practice at a facility that has a spacious pitching area then by all means go as far back from the flag you want. If not then move to the range and hit some short running shots and gradually build up to a full swing. Building the shot strength like this makes a transition from chips to pitches to half and full shots more gradual and reduces shot expectation significantly. Our aim is to get you striking your full shots as brilliantly as your short chips. The often stated fact that a chip-shot is only a shortened full swing has never been truer. At PSP Golf we believe every drive should be as easy as a chip. The Little One makes it possible. FAQs I would like to commend you on this practice tool. The PSP is the best tool that any golfer can ever invest in. I hit it for the first time today at a local retail store and this is the only swing training aid that I would ever consider purchasing. This is the first golf club that any person on earth should own and learn to hit before they buy a full set of clubs. – Jason Landry (Touring Professional) The club did a very good job on several aspects: My focus on the ball and my concentration during a relaxed swing. – Jan Schoenmakers (Limburg, Netherlands) Upon first being introduced to the PSP, the first two thoughts that went through my head were, How am I going to make contact with this tiny club? and Look out right. After just a few weeks of hitting the PSP club on the range and warming up with it before every round, I have noticed a drastic improvement in my tempo and ball striking. – Bill Parker (Scottsdale, AZ) I thought the club really worked by making you aware of where the clubhead is at all times, and slowing up tempo. Great idea!! – Max Maxfield (Teaching Professional) The PSP club is the best training aid I have found for developing good ball striking habits. I have found that I hit the ball straighter, I am a ½ club longer on all of my irons and hitting my driver 10 yards longer as well. All because of the PSP! – Kendall Thomas (Golf Professional) If you’re looking to improve ball striking, the PSP is the simplest and most effective tool in order to do so. Since Dan Bonomo put the club in my hands in early December 08′, I’ve noticed a remarkable difference in my ball striking and tempo during on course play. On the range it gave me immediate and enhanced feedback of what was happening in my golf swing at the impact position. As soon as I made minor adjustments hitting the balls with the PSP and started to achieve the ball flight I was looking for, I switched back to one of my Titleist irons and realized how good of a ball striker I could really be. – Alan Hopkins (C.P.G.A. Golf Professional)
Impact Master Never Blade or Chunk the Ball Again! Poor short game performance comes when your wrists break down and your hands lag behind the ball, lifting the club up before impact to blade the ball and miss the impact position entirely. The single best way to lower your score is to improve your short game. The Impact Master is a golf instruction aid that is fundamental to training just where in your swing you are breaking down. Never again watch with embarrassment as your ball moves uncontrollably across the green. Lower your handicap. When your short game is off, it is because you didn’t keep your wrists firm and straight throughout your swing, causing your hands to lag behind the ball and flipping the wedge up before you strike the ball. The result is the ball screams unpredictably across the green. Stay in position to get the ball up and in the hole! The secret to playing great golf is taking to the course exactly what you’ve perfected on the range. That’s why the Impact Master is ideal: the club you train with is the club you play with . The club you are the most comfortable with and train with is the one that you will have the most confidence using on the course. Impact Master will get the ball moving toward your target with consistent loft and backspin. The Impact Master is a high-quality, state-of-the-art golf club that happens to double as a training aid. The wedge was designed by Clay Long, personal Club Designer for Jack Nicklaus and has all the design features demanded by great wedge players of our time. The beveled sole is perfect for tight lies and has a 12° bounce. The perfect look at address is what professional Tour players demand in a wedge. Features: Impact Master • 56° loft, 12° bounce • Steel Shaft • RH only • Golf Pride Grip – #1 grip on Tour • Removable graphite extension rod • Tour quality Special bevel back allows for opening the wedge on a hard, tight lie and have no fear of bouncing off the turf. Top teaching pros endorse it. PGA Tour players train with it. If your wrists start to break down, the extension will tap your side. If your lower body motions toward the target instead of turning with your hips, the extension will again tap you in the side, providing you instant feedback that you need to make a correction. It’s like having an instructor beside you telling you exactly what you did wrong and how to correct it. Testimonials "Perfect Impact is the key to hitting the ball farther, straighter and closer to the hole. By using the Impact Master, you will gain muscle memory, learn balance and the feel of proper impact position for all your clubs from practice time to game time." Mark McCumber, 10-Time PGA Tour Champion & Ryder Cup Member
Pure Ball Striker Training Aid The PBS is a friction fit training device that sets against the rear portion of the grip. It is adapted to be grasped by the "trigger finger", that is, the first joint of the index finger of the golfer’s trailing hand. This allows the user to better sense the motion and alignment of the golf club. The PBS also allows the user to better feel and gauge the pressure exerted on the hands during the golf motion. The PBS can be used from the shortest putt to the longest drive. How one senses their golf motion is as individual and unique as the player themselves. Even if the player knows what they want from their motion it becomes difficult to duplicate the motion twice with the same feel. Enter, the Pure Ball Striker. The PBS allows the player to accurately sense their unique feel with the proper stroke motion based on science and club design.