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4 small things that make a big difference in your golf game

Sometimes small changes can make big improvements to your golf game. You see the best players in the world switch to a new putter, or make some tiny swing tweak, and all the sudden they’re in the winner’s circle. Here are a couple tips and tricks that common golfers like us at Frogger have learned over the years to get the most out of every round. All of the below suggestions are designed at giving golfers more confidence over every shot.

New Grips
Having the right grip pressure is absolutely key to playing good golf. If you’re not already, you have to be using the Swing Hero from Frogger Golf to identify the correct grip pressure you should be swinging with. But even before you work on grip pressure, there’s one essential component to keep in mind: to have the right pressure, you need the right grip. Golf grips that aren’t sticky enough lead you to have to grip the club tighter to feel like it’s not going to slip at impact. This actually has the opposite effect, because when you start with a tight grip, your hands loosen at impact and the club head will slip. Make sure you have nice sticky grips and then work on light grip pressure with the right golf training aid. New grips should only cost about $5 each installed, and you’ll feel the difference immediately.

Clean your golf Shoes! (Seriously)
The golf swing is as much if not more about your lower body than anything else. You absolutely need to establish good balance and weight transfer if you want to improve your game. Us common golfers are always slipping out of shots (especially drives) because we over swing and don’t have the proper traction for a good base. Use a nice golf shoe cleaning brush like this one from Frogger Golf to put the traction back into your shoes both during and after every round.

New Clubs (+ Bag)
Maybe this is overstated, but golf technology has taken off immensely in the past 5 years. We’re not saying go out and buy new clubs, but if you’re working with a set that’s past that 5-year mark and you want to improve your game, it might be time to shell out for a newer set. Ebay is a great spot to start your search, as they have lots of verified resellers. Got the new clubs but still stuck with your grandfather’s old leather cart bag? Check out this stand bag from Frogger Golf that’s sure to put that old bag to shame.

Keep your dang clubs clean!
At Frogger we cringe when we see people not going through the effort to keep their clubs clean. Not only is it about respecting your clubs, but it’s one of the easiest and most effective things you can do on the course to improve consistency. And as I’m sure you all know, consistency is the key to the game. Use an award winning golf brush like this one to scrub the dirt out of your grooves in seconds and make more consistent contact shot after shot.

Got any other tips that you think can help golfers shave a few strokes off their game? Share with us in the comment section below!