Golf Swing Tools

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Golf Swing Tools
Golfers use swing tools and swing aids to produce a consistent golf swing. (golf image by Christophe Fouquin from Fotolia.com)

The golf swing is a very complicated series of movements that requires proper timing for the swing to produce a desirable shot. Golfers may struggle for years to produce a consistent swing that they can depend upon. Golf swing tools or swing aids help golfers produce these swings on a more consistent basis. Golfers can purchase these items from golf retail shops, websites or even in the sporting goods sections of some department stores. Although many different swing tools are on the market today, only a select few have been proved effective by some of golf's most widely known names.

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Medicus Dual Hinge Driver

The Medicus Dual Hinge Driver is a best-selling swing trainer. This swing aid uses a shaft that has a dual hinge to teach the golfer a proper golf swing. The club's hinges close and the club "breaks down" if the proper swing, as taught by Medicus, is not achieved. A number of professional golfers and instructors, including PGA Tour pros Mark O'Meara, Dean Wilson and Eric Axley as well as world-renowned instructor Hank Haney, officially endorse the Medicus Dual Hinge Driver.

Kallassy's Swing Magic Driver

The Kallassy's Swing Magic Driver is a swing aid that teaches golfers the proper grip and aids them in producing a swing that puts the hands in the correct position at the top of the golf swing. The tool uses a split grip that teaches golfers where their hands should be before the swing starts. This will help the golfer find the correct position at the top of the swing as well. Kallassy's Swing Magic Driver is endorsed by Ian Baker-Finch, the winner of the 1991 British Open Championship.

Pelz Golf Putting Track

Short-game guru Dave Pelz designed the Pelz Golf Putting Track. The tool aids golfers in grooving a putting stroke that follows a pendulum, which produces an optimum putting result. The golfer places the putter head between the aluminium rails, letting the golfer know when the putter has moved outside of the pendulum path by making a noise when the putter head hits them. Dave Pelz is a well-known instructor who is the short-game coach for Phil Mickelson along with other PGA Tour professionals.

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