Most baseball players, prior to taking a turn at the plate, will warm up by taking swings with a weighted bat. They may swing two bats or will use some sort of bat weight when warming up. Swinging a weighted bat helps players warm up, increases power and quickness of their swing. The Same holds true for golfers. All golfers can benefit from warming up and practicing with a weighted club.
There are weighted clubs on the market designed to help a golfers swing. The weight of the club is evenly distributed across along the shaft which promotes swinging the club along a proper and balanced plane. By practicing with the best golf clubs, the golfer in-grains the feel for swinging a club on plane. This in turn leads to increased consistency and greater power.
Another swing weight device is the Swing Sock. These are weighted socks that fit over the club head and are perfect for warming up with before a round. Practice swings with the Swing Sock, will increase power and speed of your swing, and will help you finish your swing. This help eliminate slices that result from blocked shots with best golf clubs. The Swing Sock is available in 4 different weights, so that each golfer can select the weight most appropriate for their swing: 5 oz for young golfers, women and seniors, 8 oz for mid to high handicap golfers, 11 oz for low to mid handicap golfers and 13 oz for low handicap golfers. The Swing Sock also comes in a High Speed Version, with extra security built into the strap. There is also a 7 oz weighted sock for woods. The great thing about the swing sock is that it fits easily in your bag, can be easily brought out on the range or at the course before teeing off. At a price of $10 - $12 it is a must for every golfer.