02 November, 2014 by Bobby Clampett

Training Tools on the Course – Clampett’s Corner

So you bought yourself a training tool or two.  You’ve used them on the range or practice green.  Now, you want to take these training tools out on the course to help you through your round.  Are you allowed to do it?  You bet.  BUT, you need to make sure you use them properly, or you could get penalized.  It even cost a tour player in recent years, so be careful.

How, when, and why to properly and effectively utilize the training tools that have become precious to you is the subject of this week’s Clampett’s Corner.  Bobby walks you through the ways to make the most out of the training tools that have helped you become a better golfer.  He also delivers a message that will help you not lose strokes via a penalty.  Take them with you, enjoy using them the right way, but just be sure you don’t take a swing with one.  Here’s Bobby with the advice and a story about a tour pro and his training tools.  Enjoy!

The right training aids are pivotal to your golf improvement.
But it begs the question…
Can any of them be used during your next round?
I talk about just that in today’s video about training tools on the course.

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  1. Have your book & watched all vids. 1st teacher was golfing machine certified so “sustaining the lag” all I ever heard. Other than “impact fix” drill not much else regarding impact after 2 years of instruction. Never taught the hips “work horse” at all….

    Confused as how to “pivot” and is it 2 moves with hips (a bump/slide then a turn?)….
    Have read all the style books and even worked as apprentice under class A pro for 2 years. Hit some good shots but still many heavy low (behind the line) and pulls. Long slow arms, ex basketball player took game up at 30. From TGM to S & T have tried them all, you’re my last stop before I quit

  2. Hi Bobby,
    Bought the book and loved it. Has certainly improved my ball striking consistency which was my main problem, thought not the only one. 🙂 What would the purchase of the DVD series add that the book does not cover.

  3. Hi Bobby, I’ve owned your book and just recently purchased the DVD’s. My question is, at 70 years old I would like to hit more draws, do I concentrate on the back inside quadrant of the ball and using the the straight plane line that would be aimed slightly right? Thank you for your expertize.

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