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P3ProSwing provides a multitude of golf articles, sales promotions and different information available to our customers. This blog will house all those important articles. Articles will range from golf instruction, to use of your P3ProSwing to various other golf topics.

Avoid Golf Injuries with a Quality Golf Mat | P3ProSwing

Avoid golf injuries that can put you on the couch or in rehab for months by purchasing a quality golf mat.   P3ProSwing provides a number of options.

A golf mat seems like a simply purchase.   You buy the cheapest mat you can find that will hold together and you start hitting balls.  Sounds simply right?   Well, have you ever worked somewhere or seen employees standing on anti-fatigue mats?   There is a reason for that.   Standing on a hard surface can wreak havoc on your knees and hips.   The same is true about your golf swing.    

Read more: Avoid Golf Injuries with a Quality Golf Mat | P3ProSwing

The Driving Range a Golf Simulator Training Aid | P3ProSwing

P3ProSwing Golf Simulator Driving Range

Golf Simulator Driving Range -  Practice Make Perfect

One of the best features of the P3ProSwing Golf Simulator is the Driving Range, it is a great training aid. 

You can hit an ends bucket of Balls, work on your punch and squeeze in a warm up when you don't have time for a full round. Driving ranges are a tremendous training aid and allow greater flexibility for practicing with endless drills and all the data at your finger tips to find the right fix. That makes it impossible for a golfer to practice hitting a driver 75 times in an hour or two on a golf course. On a driving range, a golfer can practice as much as he wants with any club.

1. It Improves Your Game Faster game play

This might be the most obvious of all the reasons to practice, but it’s certainly true. The best and quickest way to improve your game is through practicing. Whether that’s at the driving range, putting green or on the course, there is no substitute for good practice. The more time you put forth practicing, the lower your scores will be.

Even better, no time spent practicing can be considered bad. Even if you only have a half hour, it’s still going to make a difference in your game.  You can purchase a training aid or even a ton of training aids, nothing will improve your game if you do not practice.

2. Practice Makes Playing Enjoyable

Golf is fantastic game regardless of your skill level, but getting better is a big part of why we find ourselves coming back for more. By practicing and improving, you will find more enjoyment out of your game.  With practice, you will play faster, spend less time searching for golf balls in the woods,  and spend more time hitting fairways and sinking putts.

3. It’s Healthy

Playing golf is a healthy hobby for people of all ages, skill levels and walks of life. In fact, recent studies show that golfers tend to live 5-years longer on average. Not only can it lengthen your lifespan, but it can prevent 40 major chronic illnesses, such as diabetes, heart disease and colon cancer.

4. You Can Learn From It

When you practice, you start to understand your swing better. From this, you will find that you are more able to figure out what went wrong at what part of your swing. Muscle memory does take into effect that repetative training helps the muscles remember what to do so recreating the perfect shot is import to your training. So, even the bad shots you hit when practicing are good for your game. While it may be frustrating to have mishits, the only way to correct them is to understand your golf swing and apply what you know to improve.

5. Practice Can Be A Blast

You can always make practice fun for yourself and anyone else you may be practicing with. Tired of hitting your 7-iron over and over on the range? Try making a game out of it by picking a target and seeing how many times you can hit it out of ten shots. Find putting practice boring? See how many 1-putts you can make from consecutive distances. There is always a way to make your practice sessions more entertaining and fun while still being productive.