The CS2 Ian Poulter golf putting mat is endorsed by an English professional golfer, Ian Poulter and has been designed to help you perfect your putting stroke. This 10 in 1 putting mat enables you to practice anywhere you want and allows to set the rails straight for a square-to-square stroke or to flex them for an arced putting stroke. The rails not only accommodate all types of putters, but also
Product Description More than a ball. A golf training aid for immediate feedback anytime, anywhere. Even on the PGA Tour The Pill golf training ball helps you understand your swing by exaggerating flaws for quick detection & correction. Instant insight improves your performance for putt, chip & full shot. Chesson Hadley, PGA Tour Rookie of the Year, relies on his when hes on tour. MODIFIED
Instruction golf programme which aims to show you the most technically advanced characteristics of putting. The programme attempts to help you obtain that pure strike roll in the golf ball that will guarantee superior ac...
The Stocking Aid is a must for anyone with arthritis or limited mobility. It allows you to pull on even the fiddliest of socks and stockings with minimum effort and without stretching or bending down. To use the Stocking Aid just slip your socks or tights over the foam shield ease your foot in and pull up using the long straps. The shield is printed with full instructions for each type of legwear
The Laser Cap is a golf cap with a small laser pointer attached at the center of the brim to help give the golfer immediate feed back when taking a putting or chipping stoke. Designed as a teaching and training tool, the red beam helps you to notice if your head is moving while swinging since it is imperative for all golfers to keep their head perfectly still during the putting and chipping
Con-Form Aid Granules are a palatable nutritional supplement developed just for horses to help eliminate stressful growth conformation problems in growing animals. Con-Form Aid Granules supply added nutrition in cases where Physitis (Epiphysitis) due to the stress of training, racing or performing is a concern.