Resources That Will Help You Improve Your Game At Any Level

At Under Par Goals, we only recommend resources that we’ve tried ourselves and truly believe can be helpful in improving your scores and enjoyment of the sport of golf.

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Practice Tools

Some of the best tools and gear for improving your game and getting the most from your practice routine.

Arcos Golf

This is our favorite golf tech product on the market today. The shot tracking data you get from the Arcos will let you focus your practice efforts in the right places.
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Voice Caddie SC200+

The latest version of the Voice Caddie 200 will help you dial in your yardages at the range and give you instant and accurate feedback when you make swing changes.
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Net Return

The Net Return golf net is easily the top golf net on the market and the one we recommend if you want to get in some practice without leaving home.
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Golf Books

You can’t spend all your time on the course, so for those days when you’re stuck inside or relaxing on a beach, try some of these great golf books.

Ben Hogan’s Five Lessons – As relevant today as it was in Hogan’s time, “5 Lessons” is the instruction book by which all others are measured. Instructors are still trying to pull new information out of this book.

Golf Is Not A Game Of Perfect – This book by sports psychologist Bob Rotella brought the importance of the mental game to the forefront of golf instruction when it came out. Today, even amateur golfers know how important it is to have the right mindset on the course and this book shows you how.

Paper Tiger – If you’ve ever thought “hey…maybe I could play on Tour if I just had more time to work on my game” or wondered just how good the pros really are then this book about an amateur’s quest to make it onto the tour is a must read.  

Golf Rules

Don’t get caught not knowing the rules at your next tournament. Here are the top resources online for learning the Rules of Golf.

USGA Rules – Official home of the USGA rulebook. Everything you need to know is right here at your fingertips. Bookmark this link on your smartphone so you can look them up quickly from the course.

R & A Website – The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews is the authority on the Rules of Golf outside the United States. The European Tour plays by these rules.