When we get into the off-season some of you will be putting the clubs away for the winter only to be seen again in anticipation of the Masters ramps. But why not do it a little differently this year and take advantage of Black Friday sales to keep your game sharp while time on the court may be limited?
The shopping event of the year is basically here, with loads of great deals on everything from the best drivers and premium balls to the best laser rangefinders and training aids. Whatever you may or may not be in the market, it is well worth taking a look at what is on offer to see if there is an upgrade that could turn your golf fortune on.
It may be that you have always struggled for consistency on the greens, for example. So why not spend some time practicing before the season starts? We’ve scoured the internet and found plenty of options for putting mats, mirrors, and other tools that will help you brush better than ever.
Alternatively, if you can’t make it to the driving range and the course is largely unplayable, swing trainers are a great way to keep golfers relaxed and flexible. Whether you are doing a Bryson DeChambeau-esque speed training or want to internalize a wonderful swing rhythm, we have options that suit your needs.
There is a wide variety to choose from, so here are some of the best golf training aids available right now.
Black Friday Golf Training Aid Deals
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WHEN DO BLACK FRIDAY GOLF SALES START?
Black Friday takes place on November 26th this year, although the 25th will also be a big day of sales.
However, many brands and retailers start their golf sales on Black Friday from November 1st, or Black Friday week itself, November 22nd.
We have already seen many retailers live with their offers, including Amazon which has a lot of early deals.
Check out our article on the Best Black Friday Amazon Golf Deals where we list the biggest savings.
Many retailers and brands left earlier this year to try and get sales before the holiday rush, with shipping expected to be difficult given the pandemic and shortages.