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Golf Dust – The secret to solid golf shots revealed

Written by: Tony Korologos | Date: Sunday, March 12th, 2006
Categories: Golf AccessoriesReviews

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Golf Dust LogoWhat is the most crucial requirement of hitting solid golf shots? Is it a full back swing? Is it a good grip? Is it the proper ball placement in your stance? Is it keeping your left arm straight? Is it keeping your head down? Is it any of a million other swing thoughts or techniques?

No, no, no, no, no and no. It doesn’t matter if your grip is funky, you have a messed up swing plane or your stance is whacked. The most important part of hitting solid golf shots is hitting the ball with the center of the club face.

Comparing amateur golfers with PGA touring pros with regards to center hits, is like comparing a the spray of a shotgun with one pellet of a BB gun. Amateur’s shots are all over the club face, even with the putter. The few times in a round the amateur does hit a solid shot you can be sure he “got lucky” and caught the sweet spot.

Golf Dust DriverEnter Golf Dust

How does one know exactly where his shots are one the club face? One way is impact tape. Impact tape is tape you place on the club face and it leaves marks on the tape where you hit the club face. Impact tape gives you good feedback but it takes a lot of tape to cover the whole face and it’s a pain to apply and remove every few swings.

With Golf DustGolf Dust you simply spray the club face and wait a few seconds for it to dry. Now your entire club face is covered with a coating with shows you exactly where you’re impacting the face. You can get feedback for several shots before you need to reapply.

When you’re done the Golf Dust easily cleans off with a wet towel.

Golf Dust DriverHalf an inch equals 40 yards

I was recently going through a bad spell in my game where all my shots were coming up short. It was very frustrating. My irons were one to two clubs short, and my driver was as much as 40 yards shorter than normal. One trip to the range and a few sprays of Golf Dust later I realized all my shots were about half an inch outside of center. That gave me the feedback I needed to figure out what adjustments were needed to get that half inch corrected.

Golf Dust Impact Indicator Tune-up Kit

The Golf Dust Tune-up Kit includes one 2.7oz can of Golf Dust plus 3 Top Flite Pure Distance golf balls. The 2.70 oz can is enough for approximately 150 applications and costs only $16.40.

Wouldn’t you pay 16 bucks to gain 40 yards?

Side note:

Golf Dust is also a sponsor of the Hooked On Fantasy Golf League and is providing Tune-up kits bi-weekly to the winners. It’s not too late to joing the fantasy league and have a chance at winning Golf Dust and many other prizes!

4 responses to “Golf Dust – The secret to solid golf shots revealed”

  1. Golfchick says:

    Greg has that new Callaway ERC Fusion driver and loves that it shows every spot naturally. I don’t know how, but no golf dust needed. He just rubs it away and it’s ready to show the next shot.

  2. kiwihacker says:

    talcum powder’s cheaper

  3. Cal says:

    “The few times in a round the amateur does hit a solid shot you can be sure he “got lucky” and caught the sweet spot.”

    Hey – I resemble that remark!

  4. Golf_m8 says:

    Looks like a good Mother’s Day or Father’s Day gift for golfing parents. Something a little different that can help their game.

    Simple shopping, delivered right to the door. You know the feeling you get when an unexpected parcel arrives at door!

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