The Ultimate Guide to the World’s Top 50, best golf training aids (with pictures)
Searching for the best golf training aids to help with your practice can be daunting. So to help you we’ve listed the Top 50 products in our most in depth ultimate guide yet. Here you’ll find the best training aids that work, and discover which ones are a waste of time. It’s Brutal, it’s honest, it’s the Ultimate Guide to practice aids.
Golf swing training aids – be sure to read this before you buy any of them!
A large percentage of golfers don’t understand this single most important point. Golf training aids can’t magically solve all the flaws within your swing. They can, however, provide excellent feedback on specific elements.
So before you buy any training aid, you first need to understand what the root cause of your swing flaw is. Investing in a half hour session with a good coach, may save you much more in the long run.
Once you understand where your practice needs to be focused. You can then search through your options for those specific training aids below.
If you want more detailed information on how training aids work, read the descriptions below and, where available, the product reviews.
Otherwise feel free to use the links in the content table to skip the specific swing training aid that interests you.
** If you want to learn how to learn how to make your practice more effective, then my article ‘here’ will help you.
Also I have a specific guide to building a golf practice station ‘here’, which you can use to get the most out of both your new training aids and your time on the driving range.
Golf training aids for proper alignment
It’s all well and good being able to hit the ball a country mile. But if your aim is off, then you’ll miss fairways and greens.
This first list of training aids will help you perfect your alignment. Whether in your full swing, chipping, or practicing your putting. These are the ones that I have found to be most useful.
TeeClaw Artificial Turf Tee
The Tee Claw artificial turf tee is just pure genius. By far the easiest and most universal golf training aid on this whole list, I have used these for over 3 years now.
Made out of impact resistant, moulded plastic, Tee Claw is a round disc that accepts real golf tees so you don’t have to search for those horribly thick, rubber driving range tees.
Whilst they are designed for use on the driving range matts and artificial turf, I have used them on carpet and also real grass.
TeeClaw also comes with elasticated lanyards, which can be used to create a myriad of references within your practice regime.
So if you want to work on your target line, body alignment, ball position or swing path. TeeClaw is the one and only solution you’ll need.
To read my full review of this product, simply click ‘here’ and discover how Teeclaw can change your golf practice.
TeeClaw Artificial Turf Tee
I have used the TeeClaw for many years now and find it to be the most versitile and useful product I have purchased! To check for the latest prices from Amazon, click on the button below, or visit the manufacturers website ‘here’
Easily the second most useful aid, I have not been without a set of alignment sticks for the last 5 years at least.
Made out of either fiberglass or plastic and roughly 8mm in diameter and just over 1 metre in length. There are dozens of manufacturers of this simple yet useful training aid.
Lie them on the ground for target lines. Stick them in the ground for swing plane or start line references. Or hold them on the club handles to help with your takeaway. There is no end to their uses.
Yet it begs belief that many golfers just don’t use them.
You don’t need to spend a ton of money on these. In fact no more than the price of a couple of golf balls, will get you a training aid you’ll use forever.
I use these Longridge Tour Rodz. They come with a tubular case and a useful handbook. Check the price of them ‘here’ on Amazon.
If you want some which are collapsible to half their length. Then I can recommend these made by RAM. Again you can check the latest price on Amazon by clicking the link ‘here’.
Finally if you want the all signing, all dancing versions, then check out the Alignment Pro ‘here’.
Longridge Tour Rodz
I have had a set of 4 alignment sticks in my golf bag for many years and I wouldn’t have it any other way. If you do nothing with this whole list, I beg of you to start using alignment sticks. For just a small amount of money, you will soon reap the benefits of proper alignment using this great training aid.
Stanceliner is billed as being an all in one training aid for golfers.
Whether you’re practicing your full swing, chipping or putting. Stanceliner can be adjusted to help you perfect your technique.
Made from impact resistant plastic, it will last a long time and give you hours of use.
Stanceliner does work like it’s supposed to. Yet because it’s the most expensive of the alignment training aids on our list, and doesn’t really offer anything more than those which are cheaper. I can’t really recommend it. However if you want to check it out further, then the latest details and prices can be found on Amazon by using the button in the review.
StanceLiner does what it says on the box. It’s well made but at the price it is more expensive than the other alignment aids in this category. And because it isn’t as versatile as the others, I don’t really see the point of buying it unless you just want an easy to read golf alignment aid.
Golf takeaway training aids
The first few movements of your backswing are important to get right. Bringing the clubhead inside of your hands will cause issues at the top of your swing, and prevent you from getting the club on a shallow plane as you start your downswing.
The following golf training aids will all help you address issues with your takeaway and in the process, teach you about clubface control.
Unsurprisingly the Watson Hangar is shaped, well, like a clothes hanger and attaches to the handle of the golf club.
The training aid includes a neat plastic club head which helps you see how your actual clubface is positioned throughout the golf swing. And whilst it can help all through the swing, I find it especially useful during the takeaway.
The idea is simple. Maintain connection against your lead forearm. This will help ensure no open clubface at the top of the backswing. And almost guarantee your hands will be ahead of the ball through impact.
The Watson Hanger is a well made product that works well. It is recommended by some of the best coaches in the world therefore it can be trusted to work. It is, however, a training aid that does just one thing, so bare this in mind when deciding to purchase. Eitherway, you won’t be dissapointed in the Watson Hanger.
Tour Striker PlaneMate
The Tour Striker PlaneMate claims to be the first golf training aid of its kind to provide the feeling of a professional takeaway and transition.
It uses a selection of resistance bands attached to a belt at one end, and your club shaft at the other.
By adopting the sense of resisting the tension band early in the backswing. It’s claimed you’ll train your body to take the club back properly.
Then, by relaxing your arms and wrists when the tension starts to build, the club will shallow onto a powerful plane inspiring a body rotation for an inside out strike.
In my view there are so many ways that this can go wrong and lead to a flatter than desired backswing, and unnecessary manipulation of wrist angles.
At over £200 it is one practice aid that I don’t feel comfortable recommending. However, if you feel that you want to check for the latest deal, then you can go ‘here’ to Amazon, or directly onto the manufacturers website ‘here’.
Tour Striker PlaneMate
Overly complicated to set up correctly and more expensive than it needs to be, I feel the Tour Striker PlaneMate is out done by many others on the market. However if you want to check it out more, then click on the button below and read the independant reviews on Amazon. They say it’s really good!
Tour Striker Smart Ball
The Tour Striker Smart Ball is one of their products that I would recommend.
The smart ball is very much like a travel pillow. It comes flat packed and can be stored in your golf bag really easily.
When you need it, simply blow it up and it attaches around your neck with a lanyard. You then adjust the height of it so it falls nicely just below your elbow joints.
By squeezing the ball with your forearms throughout the swing. The smart ball training aid is designed to help you keep your elbows the same distance apart and your body and arms connected.
At a smidge over £50 for this golf training aid, it’s a significant investment into your practice, and probably a great birthday or christmas present. But I do recommend it if you need to work on your arms and body connection. So for that reason, why not check for the latest deals ‘here’ on Amazon.
Tour Striker Smart Ball
Golf training aids for a better swing plane
Our brains are increadibly clever at working out the best way to get a job done and much of it’s work is done subconsciously. This can be seen when swinging a golf club.
Getting the club ‘on plane’ is key to better consistent ball striking. Being too shallow and the brain will invoke a tendancy to ‘flip’ the wrists, whilst too step will lead to an open clubface and the dreaded ‘slice’.
So learning the correct way to get your club on plane is important if you want to consciously control your outcome.
The golf training aids listed in this section all help you to work on the swing plane. There is something for everyone here from camera technology to visual aids, there will be something that you could use to improve your game.
SelfieGolf is the ultimate phone holder for filming your golf swing. A truly unique product, the SelfieGolf Training System has held pride of place within my golf bag for nearly 3 years.
Easily secured to either your golf bag, an alignment stick or even a club shaft. Selfie Golf allows you to quickly and simply film your golf swing both on and off the course.
SelfieGolf is an extremely well made product and comes in a variety of colours. I have used this product constantly during rounds and practice sessions and after 3 years, it is still as good as new.
For more information on this great product. Read my review ‘here’ and see how this can really improve your game.
SelfieGolf Phone Holder
I have used the SelfieGolf Phone Holder for teh last 3 years or so. It is teh one constant in my bag along with the TeeClaw and my Alignment Sticks. The SelfieGolf system is so easy to use and increadibly versatile. It can be clipped to the bag, an alignment stick or even a golf club. If you’re serious about filming your swing, then this is a must!
Live View Golf
The new kid on the block in this ultimate list of golf training aids. Is Live View Golf.
Now I haven’t had a chance to properly review this product yet. Not because I think it’s a gimmick, but more so because it’s over £300!!
Essentially Live View Golf is a standalone camera on a tripod positioned to view your swing. Live images are then streamed to your tablet which is placed in front of you.
You can easily view yourself whilst at address, or going through practice drills.And with the addition of being able to draw reference lines on the tablet software, you have no need to walk away and stop your practice sessions.
Despite the high price point, Live View Golf is well worth a look if you’re serious about getting better.
Live View Golf
A well made product that provides a new way to viewing your swing during practice sessions. However, it is fairly expensive and requires an additional tablet to work. I’m not sure how well you would be able to see the screen in the bright sunshine, but if you want to check out the latest deals, the click teh button below and see what Amazon has to offer.
Made from a flexible plastic, the original SwinGyde is durable and will last for ages.
However there are copies and fakes out there which will snap as you try to fit them on thicker grips. So be careful where you buy them from.
I used to think this was useless. However I had it set up wrong and goes to prove that training aids only work if you use them correctly.
I have one of these on a practice club at home. And whilst it works well, you do have to set it up correctly on the club. Here are a couple of points to be aware of.
- Set it on the grip as close as you can to your trail hands index finger without it touching. Failure to do this will encourage you to needlessly cup your wrist in order for the swingyde to touch your forearm.
- Line the Swingyde to the bottom groove of the clubface. By having it any different, you will either set your club too flat or too steep in the backswing.
There is a great video by Dan Whittaker on how he uses the Swingyde and that video can be watched on youtube ‘here’.
SwingGyde Training Aid
I have had a SwingGyde for a couple of years now. I have it set up on a spare club, and revisit the feeling it gives you to double check my swing every so often. I will say, get an original SwingGyde as the copies found on sales websites are cheap plastic and break easily. All originals have teh SwingGyde logo on the side. Getting the SwingGyde set up correctly is key to its effectiveness. So take your time to watch the video above and read the instructions. SwingGyde is used by many coaches around the world so it does work.
A unique training aid that trains you to set the club in the correct position in your backswing.
According to their information. Stanceliner will allow you to experience how your swing should feel and quickly install improvement.
Through repetition you will dramatically improve the sequence of your downswing, allowing the stored power you’ve created to be maximised.
It claims that you will gain 25 yards of driving distance and that it’s trusted by hundreds of tour professionals around the world.
Yet to be honest, these claims seem bold to say the least. And at almost £90, I’m not convinced.
If you fancy checking out the Sure-set in more detail then you can go to their website ‘here’.
Sure-Set Golf Training Aid
Eyeline Golf Speed Trap
Despite its name, the Eyeline Golf Speed Trap has nothing to do with the speed of your swing.
Using 4 vertical pads mounted on a perspex base. The eyeline speed trap creates gates through which you have to swing your club.
So if you’ve read my article ‘here’ on all the various swing paths and ball flights, and want to practice a draw. Simply set up the pads in the right place and you get a visual indication of where to swing the club.
Despite the excellent quality. The Eyeline Golf Speed Trap isn’t cheap at £80, but you may be able to get a deal ‘here’ on Amazon. However, with a little knowledge, you can do exactly the same thing with a drinks bottle and headcovers.
Eyeline Golf Speed Trap Training Aid
The Eyeline Golf Speed Trap is a great product that’s well made and very versatile. It scores highly until you look at the Value for Money side of things. Put simply, you can achieve the exact same feedback using water bottles and headcovers. However, if you don’t want to look like you’ve just dumped things on the driving range, the this trainig aid is for you.
The Lag Stick
The lag stick claims to help you maintain the ‘lag’ you have created during the backswing. And helping you strike the ball better.
The Lag Stick is essentially a short alignment stick that slides within a short plastic sleeve. The sleeve is pushed into the top of the grip and as you raise and lower teh club, the stick slides up and down.
I have found this training aid to be a waste of time personally. It has a tendency to jam in the plastic tube and the only feedback it gives you if you flip your hands, is a sharp jabbing pain as it sticks in your side.
At nearly £30 I don’t recommend this at all.
Lag Stick Training Aid
In my opinion the Lag Stick, whilst easy to use, is a pointless training aid that is built cheaply and not very effective. You can search for reviews but it’s best to move on from this.
Golf training aids to improve your swings tempo and speed
If you want to hit the ball further then you need to improve your swing speed! Creating a better tempo will give you a smoother swing which in turn will make you more relaxed and swing faster.
All the following training aids in this section will help you build up speed and swing tempo. Have fun!
Orange Whip Trainer
The Orange Whip Trainer is a swing tempo training aid. It claims to help you achieve an athletic, powerful, and consistent golf swing.
The Orange Whip is one of the most popular training aids amongst golfers, however, I have rarely found one in a coaching studio. That must stand for something.
The Orange whip can help you with your swing tempo and sequencing, but it won’t help with correct wrist hinge, forearm rotation or swing plane mechanics.
So if you want something to help warm up and get your sequencing correct, then great.
Orange Whip Trainer
The Orange Whip Trainer is well made and easy to use. As a swing and tempo trainer I think it works really well, however there are a few concerns. Chiefly of which is the fact it will not address some basic fundamentals. If your swing is ‘off plane’ and your wrists are working incorrectly, the Orange Whip won’t address these issues. So make sure you have the basics dialled in before using this swing training aid.
SKLZ Gold Flex
The Gold Flex golf swing trainer is designed to improve swing tempo, strength, and flexibility.
Just like the Orange Whip, the exaggerated flex in the shaft helps lengthen your swing by keeping your hands and arms extended.
This, they claim, creates power to help you bomb your drive and gain more distance.
The momentum the weighted head creates when swinging through, encourages proper weight transfer and a full follow through for form, balance, and power.
If I were to recommend a training aid along these lines, then the SKLZ Gold Flex would be the one as it comes in at a lower price point to the Orange Whip.
To check out the latest deals on Amazon, click ‘here’.
SKLZ Gold Flex Swing Training Aid
Better value for money than the Orange Whip, the SKLZ Golf Training Aid does exactly the same thing but with a much more reasonable price point. Just as well made as the original Orange Whip, teh SKLZ comes from a trusted manufacturer with experience producing high quality golf traing aids. Certainly one to consider!
SKLZ Tempo and Grip Trainer
The SKLZ Tempo and Grip training aid, claims to improve your golf swing tempo, timing and golf grip position.
It’s a short piece of equipment with a weighted end and a grip trainer included.
It has removable weights to simulate both woods and irons and claims to be a great aid to help you warm-up, stretch out and build golf-specific muscles.
I have had one for about 3 years. Yet for the last 35 months, it’s been languishing in a dark corner of the garage.
I found the grip trainer just odd to get on with and the ‘feel’ of it in my hands wasn’t like a club in any way shape or form.
So for me I would pass on this one, unless you want something to help you warm up indoors. Try it, you may get on with it.
SKLZ Tempo & Grip Trainer
Personally I couldn’t get on with it, yet I have friends who have found it useful. Great for use indoors due to its size, I can see it working for some more than others. If you want to give it a go then click the buton for the same product by PGA Tour, which comes in at a half the price.
The Superspeed Sticks come in a set of 4. They are basically golf shafts with various weights on the end and claim to help you swing faster.
They basically do the same thing as you gripping the club by the head and swinging it.
I was sent a set when they first came out and whilst they were great quality, they just filled a gap in the training aid market, that wasn’t there.
For the price point they are, over £200, they aren’t worth it. Yet if you really want something that does the same, but is cheaper. Scroll back up to the SKLZ Gold Flex and save well over £100.
Orange Whip Wedge
If you need to practice your chipping and wedge play, then the Orange Whip Wedge may be the swing training aid for you.
Developed between Jim Hackenberg and Stan Utley. The orange whip wedge is designed to help you develop better tempo and body sequencing.
It uses the standard flexible shaft like the Orange Whip Trainer, with a counterbalance on the grip, and has a 56 degree wedge head.
Personally I have not used this and don’t know anyone that has. Something to note is, that the same effect can be done with a towel under your arm pits. And without the proper instruction, you could be developing a wrist flip without knowing it. So be sure to check out as much info as you can on this product.
Orange Whip Wedge Training Aid
Golf training aids for impact & Face control
SKLZ Impact Bag
The SKLZ Smash Bag is a golf practice aid that teaches you the feeling of the correct impact whilst also helps with your swing path.
Made out of heavy duty, high impact material. The smash bag has a large zipper so it can be filled with towels or old clothes. I have had one now for over 2 years and I filled mine with an old sleeping bag.
In the base of the impact bag, are sewn in 2 plastic loops. These are used to anchor the bag to the ground during use. As a quick tip, I use an old club shaft.
The great thing about the SKLZ Smash Bag, is that it can be used in the garden or on the driving range.
At a little under £30, I have found this training aid, one that I regularly use and can thoroughly recommend it.
SKLZ Smash Bag Training Aid
The SKLZ Smash Bag is a well made, robust and versatile training aid. It’s not just something to hit. When used properly it can train you to use the correct inside-to-out swing path and proper club release. Used by many coaches around the world, this is one training aid that I have used for many years.
Impact snap is a training aid that forces you to get your wrists into the correct position at impact.
Originally inspired following Tiger Woods epic stinger in 2000. The Impact Snap Release trainer is one of the very few training aids that makes sense straight away.
The best components to instigate learning are visual, feel and audible.
The impact snap consists of a grip element that has a plastic clubhead at its base for visual confirmation. A ball indicator at the top which touches the forearm for correct positioning. And finally a weight inside which gives an audible confirmation of correct use.
At £120 this training aid is a significant investment. Yet I feel it is worth the money. It is well made. Based upon a sound foundation of swing knowledge, and actually gives instant feedback to help you adjust your swing.
I would seriously recommend this product as it will certainly improve your ball striking.
Impact Snap Golf Training Aid
A high quality item that is unlike anything ekse on the market. At a high price point, you need to be sure it’s the right training aid for you. So if you’re certain that your impact position is wrong and you need to correct your wrists and hands at impact. Then this might be the training aid that changes your game.
The LC-1 Linear compression trainer, to give it it’s full title. Is a training aid that claims to help the golfer in the following ways: Eliminate the ‘over-the-top move, groove an inside-out swing path, create more ‘lag’ and use the bigger muscle groups.
It attaches between the upper arms and has a compression spring in the middle.
Unfortunately I think the idea prays on players’ ignorance as to how the golf swing works.
Despite the claims, it is all too easy to keep swinging over the top, if you’re too active with your shoulders. And within the sales videos, the players are not really striking the ball any better after using it.
At $79 I think you should be steering clear. However if you want a training aid that helps keep your arms together during the backswing. Then there are much cheaper alternatives that do the same thing.
The Acu-Strike is a simple yet very useful golf training aid that will help you understand the strike pattern within the impact zone.
Using a special fibre, the Acu-Strike matt, gives you instant feedback on where your club is striking the ground.
It also lets you know if your clubface is open or closed, along with the direction of your swing path.
There are two models on offer. One for indoor and driving range use. And one that is specifically for outdoor practice.
If you have read my article on the golf ball flight laws, which can be found ‘here’. You will know the importance of matching the swing path to clubface.
In my opinion, the Acu-Strike matt is the perfect training aid that is certain to help you become a better ball striker.
AcuStrike Golf Training Mat – Indoor/Outdoor
Practice golf balls
SKLZ Practice Balls
The SKLZ Impact Balls come in a pack of 12.
Made from high-impact plastic. These practice balls have been designed to have a limited flight distance, and to pop back into shape easily after being struck.
Being of regulation size and made from a tough material. The SKLZ Impact ball does give a decent amount of feedback whilst practicing either indoors or in the garden.
In my view, these would go well together with the Acu-Strike matt above.
SKLZ Impact Balls
Golf Practice Nets
If you want a net to help you practice your chipping. Then the SKLZ Quickster is a great product.
The net comes in a neat carry case and is easy to erect. It’s base is created from solid tubes that slot together. As a result you don’t need to peg it to the ground, making it a useful training aid for either indoor or outdoor golf practice.
The net features three different sized target holes and a ball-catching slot at the bottom for missed shots.
Perfect for use with regular or practice golf balls in the home, garage, basement or backyard.
SKLZ Quickster Golf Practice Net
Links Choice Practice Net
If you’re after a full size practice net that can handle real golf balls being hit with the driver. Then the Links Choice Practice Net is the one that I would recommend.
This net is one that I have used in the past and you can actually read my review of it right ‘here’. You’ll quickly learn why I liked it so much.
Links Choice Super Sized Golf Practice Net
If you want a golf practice net that is free standing and you don’t mind spending a little more money than the Links Choice practice net. Then the Rukket Haack could be the one for you.
You can erect this net within about 2 minutes. It has a large area (10’h x 7’w x 3’ deep). And it has a feature where the golf balls are rolled back towards the player.
Made from 4 ply knotless high performance netting. The Rukket Haack is a well designed, well made golf practice net.
Rukket Haack Golf Net Pro
Net Return Pro Series
The Net Return Pro is a serious practice net for the serious golfer.
The most expensive practice net you can buy, the Net Return Pro starts from $695. And the top of the range, XL item will set you back almost $2000.
However, as you would expect, this is the best indoor practice net on the market today.
I have used these at my local club and I can say they are just amazing.
With a powder coated steel frame and base, along with a heavy duty netting. The Net Return Pro will put up with as much abuse as you can throw at it.
I have seen professional golfers hit drivers into this net and it takes it all in its stride.
A high end price tag for sure, but well worth the money if you want one.
Net Return Pro Multi-Sport Golf Net
This is the best of the best when it comes to golf nets. I have used one indoors at my club when hosting an indoor long drive and nearest the pin contest. It’s a little fidly to erect but it is the most well made golf net I have come across. It would easily be 5 stars if it were a little easier to erect and not so much money. If you want a golf net that you can use in a glass conservatory with complete peace of mind. Then this is the one for you.
Best golf training apps & Launch Monitors
I purchased my SkyPro on the advice of an ex tour player. And I haven’t regretted it once.
Made by SkyGolf, the SkyPro swing analyser is one of the most accurate ways to interrogate your swing, without using software that costs thousands.
Placed just below the grip. The SkyPro simply attaches to the shaft of any golf club by way of an easy to use clamp.
The unit is built into a small package and extremely well made. I have owned mine for over 3 years and it is still like new. Keeping it in great condition is helped not only by the build quality, but also the carry case which doubles as a charging dock too.
The SkyPro easily syncs to either iPhone or Android, and once connected will give you all the data on your swing you could possibly want.
The SkyPro also features a ‘groove’ setting which helps you work on specific areas of your swing, which YOU choose. It’s like making up your own game whilst you practice.
The SkyPro can be used for driving, iron play, chipping and even putting too.
I thoroughly recommend this product and can assure you you will get hours of useful practice with this fantastic piece of training equipment.
SkyCaddie SkyPro Golf Swing Analyser
5 stars should tell you all you need to know about this great product. Easily set up and to use, the SkyPro will work with any club and comes with a putting mode too. Groove your swing or putting stroke by focusing on any one of the miriad of data sets it can capture. I have had hours of fun and effective practice time using this great device.
Zepp 2 Swing Analyser
The Zepp 2 claims to provide a wide range of data on your swing. However I have a few reservations with this.
Unlike the SkyPro above, the Zepp 2 swing analyser secures to the back of your lead glove, not the club itself. And as the player can manipulate their wrists in so many ways, I can’t really trust it’s accuracy.
Having seen both training aids. I for one would prefer to use the SkyPro.
Zepp 3D Golf Swing Analyser 2.0
Because the Zepp 3d fits to the glove and not to the club, the data captured is not as accurate as on the SkyPro. Not everyone uses their wrists in the same way, so there is a huge scope for error. Not just from one person to another, but more imprtantly, from one swing to another. Changing your grip will change the relationship to the club and therefore taint the data captured. I would firmly suggest the SkyPro as my first choice.
Garmin make great products and I have reviewed quite a few of them. The Garmin G80 only makes it on this list as it includes a launch monitor as well as the Golf GPS feature.
As a launch monitor it can be used to track club head speed, ball speed, smash factor, swing tempo and estimated distance.
There are practice and game modes including warm-up, virtual round, target practice and tempo training.
The Garmin G80 can be used indoors and outdoors so couple this with a practice net and you are good to go.
Whilst a great bit of kit, if you already have a Golf GPS, then you may find yourself trading it in for one of these.
Garmin Approach G80
Packed with more bells and whistles than a bell & whistle factory. The Garmin G80 is a very powerful device. Use it as a launch monitor on the driving range, and then as a golf gps on the course. As with all Garmin devices, the build quality is beyond approach, unlike the greens on the golf course. I have used garmin products in the past and can safely say, this is one of their best yet. Go on, treat yourself today!
Swing Caddie SC200
The Swing Caddie SC200 is a small portable launch monitor placed firmly at teh entry level price point.
The Swing Caddie will provide data on several levels including, swing speed, ball speed, smash factor, loft and carry distance. However the use of range balls may make it inaccurate.
It comes with a small remote so you don’t have to bend down to change its settings each time you change clubs.
I haven’t had experience with this, but based on the feedback I have read and heard. If you’re in the market for a launch monitor, then it’s certainly worth a look.
Swing Caddie SC200
Swing Caddie SC300
The Swing Caddie SC300 is the latest addition to the VoiceCaddie family of portable launch monitors.
The SC300 is truly portable and provides golfers with complete swing and ball flight metrics found in professional launch monitors, including launch angle and apex data.
Using the latest in Doppler radar technology, and calibrating atmospheric pressure sensors, the SC300 provides uncompromised precision.
You can connect the SC300 directly to a smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth. Once done this will allow you to track your real-time data.
Voice output of distance and remote control provides the highest levels of user convenience.
The Swing Caddie SC300 is aimed firmly at the entry level price point of a doppler radar launch monitor.
Swing caddies SC300 Portable Golf Launch Monitor
Endorsed by Bubba Watson and Bryson DeChambeau. The Mevo is a range of dopler radar launch monitors by the manufacturers of Flightscope.
Coming in at $499 the Mevo is the entry level product. It connects to your phone or tablet and records carry distance, club head speed, smash factor, apex height, flight time, ball speed, spin rate and vertical launch angle.
Able to be used indoors as well as outdoors. The Mevo can even provide you action clips with the shot data overlaid.
And if you’re working with a coach. You can upload and share your practice sessions.
Mevo Personal Portable Golf Launch Monitor