There are a number of new offerings in golf training equipment and they include items from Cobra, Adams, Tour Edge and FootJoy. The first of the golf training equipment that one can consider is the new Baffler from Cobra. Baffler irons were first introduced in 1975 and were thought to be the first modern utility club. Since then, the lineup of hybrid Bafflers has continued to grow from strength to strength and the King Cobra Baffler DWS and the King Cobra Baffler Pro are the latest offering in golf training equipment from Cobra.
The Baffler Pro is designed for the more accomplished golfers who might want a non-offset design, as well as greater workability and its longer hosel, makes it possible to adjust the lie angle and in addition, an adjustable weight at the back of the club-head enables the golfer to fine-tune the swing-weight. On the other hand, the Baffler DWS where DWS stands for dual weighting system allows the golfer to lower the center of gravity as well as increase the moment of inertia and is ideal for those who require distance forgiveness and versatility from different lies.
Another golf training equipment of note is the Adams Idea Pro Hybrid, which was developed with materials; weight and shaping that are more appealing to players of a higher standard. In the front of the sole, an adjustable weight port is positioned that may be used to lower the spin rate and also enables the golfer to allow for adjustments to the swing weight. It retails for about USD250.
Golf training equipment that is finding use is the Driver, Hybrid from Tour Edge which is ready with a new driver under its Exotic label as well as a new hybrid from the Tour Edge Bazooka line. The Exotic Tour Proto makes use of combo brazing which is a process for constructing that employs a chemical bond instead of welding which in turn, removes extra weight that can be better positioned instead, to locations that give the golfer more advantage. The Exotic Tour Proto golf training equipment is aimed at golfers with low handicaps as well as highly skilled golfers and features a weightier head as well as a face angle that is 2-degrees open. As a combination of greater bulge and roll, it enables the golfer to get a better feel and more workability and retails for about a hundred dollars.
The final golf training equipment that needs to be mentioned is the FootJoy Reelfit Shoes which are the latest offerings from FootJoy in the golf shoe market they incorporate the Boa Lacing System and this is the same system used in much high-performance footwear, including the latest ski boots and snowboard footwear.