National Golf Expo Review - Page 2
1. Birdie Ball: BirdieBall has been around a for a while with their most popular training tool, the BirdieBall™. This popular training tool was being used throughout the expo in various contests for anyone to enter. It's awesome and fun but not what I'm writing about. They have created a quality putting green that's thick and can have different speeds to help your game. They offer everything on the Stimp Meter from 9-13 and depending on which way you're putting, either into the grain or with it. I'm putting on it in the picture above. It's a great indoor practice tool to get you through the winter.
Tips For Going to A Golf Expo
1. Arrive Early: We arrived as the doors opened on Saturday and it only got more crowded as the day went on. Go early and demo clubs or enter any games you want. Even if there is a line, it will only be longer later on. There is usually a limited quantity of apparel, clubs, shoes, and equipment. Get there early if you're looking for a discount.
2. Do Your Homework: If you plan on buying clubs or apparel, do your homework early. Know what they cost at the store and if you're getting a good deal. It can be chaotic in there but if you know what it is you want to buy, it will make life a little easier.
3. Be Patient: I have no patience and hate waiting on line. If you're going to demo something or buy clubs, be patient. You will most likely have to wait for anything popular. If you go in knowing this, the day will be more enjoyable.