Budget Golf is pleased to announce our new Callaway Iron Selector application on our website! The Callaway Iron Selector helps take the guess work out of finding the correct Callaway iron for you! To use this handy feature, select any in-line Callaway iron on our website and click on on the iron selector link. Follow the prompts and in a matter of minutes you will be brought to the Callaway iron that best suits your game! If you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to give one of our customer service representatives a call to help select the right set of sticks for you!!!
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Check out the new Tour Striker Swing Trainer! We just got these in and I after spending a little time in our practice area, I was already noticing the benefits of this swing trainer. The Tour Striker is designed to teach golfers how to properly hit down on the ball at impact. The leading edge of the Tour Striker is rounded and the face is located high up on that curve, forcing you to deliver the club with a descending motion in order to make contact with the ball. The Tour Striker features a cast stainless head and comes stock with a light weight regular flex steel shaft. Of all the new training aids on the market this year, I think the Tour Striker may be the best!
Putting has always been the worst part of my game and I have been anxiously awaiting the release of the Taylormade TR3 True Path Putting Trainer. The Taylormade Putting Lab has spent years studying the putting strokes of the game’s best players to determine their common errors as well as their best techniques. Lab tests have shown that most advanced players have a stroke that is no more than two degrees either inside or outside the line and the most successful putting strokes are either straight back and straight through or slightly arched from open to close. TR3 True Path putter trainer helps develop what Taylormade engineers believe to be the easiest and most natural putting stroke, a slight arched path that that flows from open to close. The TR3 will provide consistency in the putting stroke path, instant feedback on putter face alignment, improved muscle memory for proper putting tempo, as well as visual and audible feedback on putting path flaws. If you are having trouble on the greens, I highly recommend the Taylormade TR3 True Path Putting Trainer. There is a reason many touring professionals trust this device over any other putting aid on the market, it works!!!
Finally, a putting trainer that is designed to help you keep your head in place. The new Putting Cyclops is a unique putting aid that can be adapted to both right and left handed players and the device will accommodate a wide variety of putting strokes. The Putting Cyclops was designed by LPGA Tour players looking to find a way to keep their head in place throughout the entire putting stroke. A common mistake that most golfers have is that they tend to directly watch the putter head or look at it in their peripheral vision. This causes you to take your eye off of the ball and the movement of your head will often make you open or close the putter head causing your ball to roll offline. (more…)
Hank Haney has worked with some of the world’s best players including Tiger Woods and now you can benefit from his teachings without the huge price tag! It is now your time to learn what Hank has been teaching to over 200 professional golfers worldwide. The new Hank Haney Swing Band is designed to slip over your wrists to teach you the correct wrist position throughout the swing. The Swing Band will help put your wrists and arms in the correct swing plane and show you the correct grip pressure to maximize power and accuracy. (more…)
Step onto any practice range at a professional golf tournament and you will definitely notice these new Tour Sticks Golf Sticks populating the bags of today’s top touring professionals. The Tour Sticks Golf Sticks are the hottest training aid on the market right now and are an absolute must have for anyone looking to make dramatic changes to their golf game. Tour Sticks are a portable multi-functional training tool that is used to reinforce the fundamentals of the swing. Golfers can now work on their swing plane, alignment and aim with the use of one simple tool. (more…)
The birds are chirping, the tulips are poking through the ground, and the Masters is only a few weeks away meaning Spring has finally sprung! Golf season is upon us and like many of you out there, I cannot wait to hit the links. However, before I do, I like to start every golf season with a much needed tune-up and I feel that most golfers would definitely benefit. Before I even touch my clubs, I like to begin each season with a little body and swing maintenance. (more…)
Always wanted to go to the Masters? Well, now is your chance! Buy a set of Wilson DI9 irons now through March 29th and earn a change for an all expense paid trip for 2 to the Masters this year. I have never seen a promotion like this offered from any manufacturer before. The Wilson Masters Promotion includes round-tripairfare for two, 2 days/1 night in a local hotel, two weekend Masters Tournament passes, food and beverage, and exclusive Wilson Staff VIP gifts. Not a bad deal for those looking to buy a new set of irons! (more…)
The new Trekker TC3 Freestlye golf cart has already been making some waves in the golf industry. The Trekker TC3 was recently awarded a Golf Digest Gold Medal in it’s famed Equipment Hot List and was also a huge hit at this year’s PGA show!!! The cart was developed to ensure a pleasurable walking experience and is easily the lightest, best-rolling, and balanced golf cart on the market. The TC3 is a push cart and is not designed to be pulled. Contrary to popular belief, pull carts twist and contort the body and increases stress on both the spine and shoulders. (more…)
Rarely do I get impressed with new training aids that hit the market but the new Robocup Putting Aid actually works! Golfers can now save time and practice smart when on the practice green. The Robocup Ball Return Robot doubles and triples the amount of practice putts you can take because it saves you time having to walk back to the cup to retrieve your golf balls as well as relieving some of the wear and tear on your back. (more…)