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Courtesy of Sonic Golf; used with permission
The Sonic Golf System-1 is an audio feedback trainer developed by a Yale University professor and first shown off to the general public by Hank Haney in a Golf Channel television series. So it has bona fides. But does it help golfers?
Courtesy of National Golf Products
Endorsed by Vijay Singh, The Golf Mat is an artificial turf practice mat with a twist: When the golf club strikes the turf, The Golf Mat "gives" - allowing golfers to swing as if they are on real turf and can take a divot.
The Tiffin Company Inc.
The DivotMat is a nifty training aid. Like most training aids, it won't be for everyone. But for those who become proficient at using it, the DivotMat can provide instant feedback to golfers on the quality of their swings ... or on the problems in their swings.
Courtesy of Inside Approach
The Inside Approach golf training aid is a very simple, easy to use but highly effective swing trainer that should help all who use it groove a better swing.