Golf Training Aids

Koala Hug Review – Lumbar support for active lifestyles

The Koala Hug is a revolutionary concept in lower back-health designed by renowned orthopedic surgeon Professor David Segal M.D. He has over 30 years of clinical experience with the spine and has come up with a product that’s not only practical, but also delivers on it’s promise to reduce lower-back pain. The Koala Hug is…

Tour Striker Review – Training you to hit like a pro

The Tour Striker Pro 7 iron is a golf training aid designed to get you striking the ball like a tour professional. I ran into these guys at the PGA Merchandise show and picked up the Tour Striker Pro 7 iron to review. From the company: The Tour Striker Pro 7 Iron is geared for…

Bionic Golf Glove Performance Series Review

Bionic Golf Glove Performance Series Review The new Bionic Golf Glove Performance Series glove is taking golf-glove design to a new level and I was fortunate to get my hand in one (ha!) for a review. First introduced at the 2010 PGA Merchandise Show, the Bionic Performance is the most feature-rich glove ever made while…

David Leadbetter’s My Personal Golf Trainer

David Leadbetter’s My Personal Golf Trainer for the Nintendo Wii was unveiled in the U.S. at the 2010 PGA Merchandise Show. It looks like a very cool and very useful tool for golfers who are looking to improve their game without having to brave the elements or find time to head to the range. Incorporating…

2010 PGA Merchandise Show – FIT for Golf part II

Last week I highlighted a cool golf fitness product called FIT for Golf that I encountered during my time at the 2010 PGA Merchandise Show. As a quick refresher, FIT stands for “Fitness Illustrated Training.” On each of the six pound medicine balls, there are eight illustrated exercises that are designed to work the golf…

2010 PGA Merchandise Show – Fit For Golf

I found a really cool golf fitness product while at the 2010 PGA Merchandise Show, it’s called a FIT for Golf training ball.  It’s a six pound medicine ball with eight different exercises illustrated on the ball. The FIT stands for “Fitness Illustrated Training.” During my visit, I met and spoke with co-creator of the…

Golfer’s 21 Minute Yoga Warm-up

I’ve always been interested in Yoga and it’s benefits on a person’s golf game, so when I received the email from Tony DiMaggio to review his new golf yoga DVD, I jumped on the opportunity. The timing couldn’t be better, since I’ve just began a series of Golf Fitness blog posts. Tony is the producer…