Training aids for Xmas

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  • enormous13enormous13 Orlando, FLMembers  76WRX Points: 27Handicap: 20Posts: 76 Fairways
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    How much is live view going for? What I’ve done is use my iPad and iPhone and just FaceTime myself (using iPhone hotspot for iPad WiFi)
    Look into Mirror Vision since you already have that equipment
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  • shadymgshadymg Members  234WRX Points: 59Handicap: +30Posts: 234 Fairways
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    another vote for puttout. But given that we're in mid-jan....what did you end up getting?
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  • jurr80jurr80 Working daily towards scratch Members  1075WRX Points: 85Handicap: 10.7Posts: 1,075 Platinum Tees
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    The weight of the f’n club head is a great training aid.

    Wake the f up.
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  • PJ72PJ72 Members  1933WRX Points: 103Posts: 1,933 Platinum Tees
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    Gautama wrote:


    I just got the Live View last week and I'm obsessed. I realize now that I never knew true happiness before. image/laugh.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':lol:' />



    https://www.liveviewgolf.com/




    That looks spot on.
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  • sheldonjhackersheldonjhacker Members  3786WRX Points: 192Posts: 3,786 Titanium Tees
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    Thoughts ?

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  • theothertwotheothertwo Members  2664WRX Points: 224Posts: 2,664 Titanium Tees
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    BabyCarrot wrote:


    Wife is asking me what I want for Xmas, training aids are always useful. What are some good ones now a days? Was thinking of a putter mirror. Any good golf psychology CD's out there that i can listen to on the drive to work? PS I've already got the Pelz alignment aid and putter clips. Thanks all.




    If you don't have one already, a weighted club like the SKLZ Gold Flex Swing Tempo Trainer or the more expensive Orange Whip. So easy to use and keeps you flexible.
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  • Tim SchochTim Schoch Swing like it already happened. ClubWRX  1126WRX Points: 157Handicap: 11Posts: 1,126 ClubWRX
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    BabyCarrot wrote:


    Wife is asking me what I want for Xmas, training aids are always useful. What are some good ones now a days? Was thinking of a putter mirror. Any good golf psychology CD's out there that i can listen to on the drive to work? PS I've already got the Pelz alignment aid and putter clips. Thanks all.




    If you don't have one already, a weighted club like the SKLZ Gold Flex Swing Tempo Trainer or the more expensive Orange Whip. So easy to use and keeps you flexible.




    Try this on short putts (and chips). Use very firm grip pressure.



    I shaved putting strokes off my game by getting rid of adding a line to my ball and setting up so I see nothing but the white top of the ball. This stops me from being line-bound and "perfectly" square at set up, and instead frees me to focus on speed and feel. (Normal, lightish grip on 5-ft+ putts, BTW)



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