I Need Some Help Selecting The Proper Off-Season Training Aid

My off-season started recently, so it is time to look forward to next year. Over the years I focused on my fitness and that will not change. However, this year, I want to expand my off-season work to include using a training aid. Unfortunately, I am not sure exactly what direction to head. 

The right Off-season Training Aides will help this year!

Right now, I am thinking working with my swing. I can carve out a small training area that will allow a full range of movement; therefore, this opens many opportunities. I realize I can swing my clubs and follow Ben Hogan’s 100 swing a day rule, but I want to expand that even further. This is where you come in!

I would like some suggestions for a training aid that focuses on my full swing I can use indoors. The more suggestions, the more opportunities I will have to improve over the upcoming five month layoff. At this point, I have no limitations so please send in as many suggestions as you can think of, it would really help.

As the off-season approaches for you, do you have a plan to improve your golf game?

I am a grateful golfer! See you on the links!

10 thoughts on “I Need Some Help Selecting The Proper Off-Season Training Aid

  1. Also – I’ve often used the SKLZ golf practice net with the 4 hanging target bullseyes and a thick mini golf tee pad using the sophisticated whiffle practice plastic golf balls (available at Amazon or any good golf store). Some say the practice balls are bad for maintaining the proper feel of striking the ball but others think that’s just fine. I find it’s great for aiming and swinging much like a batter’s box for baseball batting practice. You can set one up in a basement or garage fairly easily and the nets collapse for easy storage. They are ideal for spiking into the grass but there are ways to set them up indoors. Just a suggestion


  2. SKLZ Golf Impact Bag – fill it with old clothes and swack at it like you’re trying to chop a tree – at least that’s what the instructions say – might be worth a shot. My 2 cents. Also you may want to take a look at the folks over at ‘Birdie Ball’ – they make stuff that’s great for putting indoors but they also have some swing improvement tools I believe. For putting however – pretty cool & large format but reasonably priced practice greens that roll up easy and can be stored away.


  3. As an alternative to the orange whip, the speed stick might be helpful for you if you want to work on adding lag. Another thing that might be helpful is a wedge door stop.

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