There are thousands, probably tens of thousands, of golf training aids on the market. That’s probably too many to count and definitely too many to list so as we seek to understand what can actually help golfers play better, we need to narrow the field a bit.
In the past, we’ve asked you to take a one-word survey. Today, we’re asking you to take a one-question survey. Tell us what training aids you’re using.
That’s it. That’s the whole survey. You can list up to 10. To make it easier for us to process the data, please follow the provided link to answer the question.
At some point, we’ll dig deeper to better understand your experience with the most popular training aids on the market but, for now, we just want to know what you’re using.
Click Here to Take the Survey
Thanks in advance for helping us out.
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Jorge2 years ago
launch monitor, alignment stick, and advil
Patrick Reed2 years ago
You don’t actually NEED any of these swing fixers. Just pat down the grass and brush away the sand behind the ball when no one is looking.
Pj Murrieta2 years ago
What’s up fellas new to the game, approaching a year, best score 84, average around 90 would like to know what training aids are the best to help me get under 80?
Cranky Old Guy2 years ago
That’s a pretty good score for 9 holes, you whippersnapper.
Webster2 years ago
I’ll date myself, but whippy tempomaster and momentus.. I think they have been beneficial over the years in maintaining tempo and plane when I’m not actually playing much. I like that both can be used to actually hit balls as well.
I still remember why I bought the momentus. I was at a friend’s house (back in the 90’s) who had one. While there I swung it for around 5-10 minutes; the next day I shot my test round in probably 6 months. Perhaps purely coincidental, perhaps not.
Steve Smith2 years ago
Driveway reflectors $2 with reflectors cut off for alignment sticks.
My 4 ft. golf rule for short putt alignment. Guide to stay above hole on chips/putts
A chalk line for longer putts.
Big yellow ball on 48″ shaft for strength, flexibility, rhythm, warmup.
Birdie balls for hitting away from ranges.
Tim2 years ago
IMO, most “training aids” are gimmicky…..i use an alignment stick, but thats about it.
You see Kevin Costner in “Tin Cup” trying to fix his swing and he has all these contraption on his body. The “Dr lady” walks in and sees him all entagled in these items……i see a lot of “teachers” using aids like brooms, and all sorts of things and it just makes me laugh…
Muzza2 years ago
‘Thanks Tim, when there is another survey about do you believe in training aids, be sure to ‘add some value thee too.