Ali Taylor tests a training aid that promises to improve your arm structure in your golf swing to produce more accurate shots than ever – the Tour Striker Smart Ball
Ali Taylor tests a training aid that promises to improve your arm structure in your golf swing to produce more accurate shots than ever, the Tour Striker Smart Ball
We’d all love to hit straighter, and for a training aid to be good, it should get you to hit well with it and then later without it.
What Ali likes with this training aid is that it gets you doing just that. It is designed to help you keep your arm in position, whilst turning your body more getting your arms to do less than you may normally do. Players learn to use the wrists, arms and shoulders to aid the movement of the club in transition.
Demonstrating how it should be used, Ali suggests you start training with it on your shorter swings gradually building to the larger shots. He explains that for him this has been most beneficial for his short game and pitching shots in particular, actually building power.
In conclusion, this Tour Striker Smart Ball training aid is most beneficial for practising the short game and pitch shots. It is really easy to use and really easy to translate from practice to hitting without it. If you are looking for a training aid to improve your arm structure and stop them moving unnecessarily, this is easy to use, and you’ll see quick results too.