This drill helps alignment and downard striking of the ball. Click image for more views.
The Fat Free Golf Swing Trainer is a what is also referred to as a compression board. There are a couple of useful drills built into this unit’s functionality.
Green Line & Penny
This setup involves placing a penny in the unit between the ball mount and the target. The green line is aligned with the target line and provides a visual aid for swing plane and club face alignment.
Brush Caddy - Click for more images
Here’s a Brush Caddy. This is a golf accessory which can help out mainly on the practice range. The Brush Caddy mounts right into the ground at the range, and gives you a mini club cleaning station. You can hit shots and clean your club faces without even having to move from your range spot.
Ready Caddy - Click for more images
Here’s a neat little golf accessory called Ready Caddy. Ready Caddy is a little box which mounts onto electric golf cart frames and holds small items like keys, cell phones, golf lasers, sharpies, golf GPS devices, sleeves of balls and possibly most importantly cigars.
The $19.95 Ready Caddy comes in a storage bag and also includes three varying sizes of clamp to accommodate different sized cart frames.
The unit is easy to install and easy to remove.
Wow this is my 2nd golf book review in one day. I’m on fire. Granted, this book is less than 10 pages long but who is counting?
I don’t plum bob on the putting green. Never have. But I have buddies who do. I’ve always worried that I’m not hanging the putter shaft perfectly vertical and that I’ll get a worse read as a result. Now that I know more about it, I may give it a try.
For those who do plum bob and want to improve, or those who want to learn how to plum bob on the greens, here’s a book for you. Plum Bob Correctly is a tiny reference book by Jack Geers. This short and easy to read book is small enough to fit in your pocket or your golf bag and goes through the how and why of plum bobbing putts.
If you don’t plumb bob and you miss read putts often, give this a shot. You might make more putts and lower your scores.
I don’t read a lot of golf books. I get sleepy two pages into the read, regardless of how good the book is. It must be genetic. As a result my book review queue could fill up a small library.
But a book like Golfweek’s 101 Winning Golf Tips (Second Edition) I can and did read, because it isn’t a book that has to be read from front to back. This book is more of a reference which can be accessed for specific shots, situations or techniques. This is a great book to leave at your desk and just read a tip or two every day, or even better keep it handy in the bathroom…
As you may have guessed, there are 101 featured shots/tips with easy to read full descriptions on setup and execution. Many of the tips are supplemented with high quality color photos of famous tour pros executing the shot or the setup.
Author John Andrisani does a nice job of describing the techniques and setups needed to execute the 101 shots as well as telling the reader the best situations to use those shots.