2011 PGA Show: Day 1

Jed visited 2011 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando to share his experiences with new products in training aids, high technology, and golf equipment.

PutterMaster – www.puttermaster.com
The Net Return – www.thenetreturn.com
Fisher Golf – www.fishergolf.com
Medicus – www.medicus.com
Chicken Stick for Wii – www.badchicken.com
Prodigy Putting System – www.prodigyputter.com
Golf iTrainer – www.insight-sports.com
BandZorb – www.bandzorb.com
Big Wigz – www.bigwigzskins.com
Tornado Tee – www.tornadotee.com
Quantum Grip – www.quantumgrip.com
HipCheck – www.thehipcheck.com
Checkpoint Golf Systems – www.checkpointgolfsystems.com

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  • Hi Jed – nice meeting you at the show and thank you for the review. It turns out that the PGA pros also suggested a second use for the HipCheck. If you put an old grip on the end, and attach it to your belt about halfway between your belt buckle and your hip (so it’s pointing about 45 degrees to the left) you can use it as a tool to make sure you clear your hips. If you don’t, you’ll hit the grip when you swing.

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