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The Best Golf Practice Net for Fast, Portable and Easy Practice

practice golf in your backyard

Let’s face it, it’s not always practical to go to the golf club every day. Work, family and other commitments can all affect the amount of time you spend at the club, especially if you live more than a few miles away. However, practice is the key to becoming better at golf; and you don’t want to lose your skill. Well, the answer lies within a golf practice net…

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The Best Indoor Putting Mat for Year-Round Practice

LEVELGOLF – Dual-Track ProEdge

Ah, the indoor putting mat. The training aid that gives you no excuse not to practice. Raining? Stuck at home?​ At the office? Then bring the game back home. We’ve all been there, and nearly every golfer has had to use a horrific indoor putting mat at some point, I mean – how can they all be so grainy, and feel like sandpaper?

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The Best Golf Swing Analyzer (of 2018) for a Better Swing

best golf swing analyzer

We are in a time where it has never been easier to improve your golf skills. The myriad of technological training aids available has enabled us to track, analyze and act accordingly. What gets measured, gets improved.
The best way to improve your golf swing is to measure your golf swing, and what better way to do that than with the best golf swing analyzers?

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Bushnell Tour V3 JOLT Laser Rangefinder Review

Bushnell Tour V3 Golf Laser Rangefinder 2

The Bushnell Tour v3 JOLT is a solid golf rangefinder with the ability to provide quick and accurate readings (10-1000 yards), acceptable magnification (5x), and ability to be accurate to within 1-yard.

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Best Golf GPS 2018 – Reviews and Buying Guide

best golf gps

As a casual golfer, you probably don’t have a personal caddy. Finding distances and selecting the right clubs can be an adventure itself. But that doesn’t mean you can’t play like the pros. Having a golf GPS is like having your own trusted caddy: It gives you tips to shave off a few strokes, but more importantly, it helps you navigate the course well.

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