If we’re going to be frank about this, there are some crap golf training aids available that have no genuine reason for being useful. We’re not really sure whether the Sensoglove falls into that category or not but we know it looks pretty futuristic… sort of. In fact, it looks like something that would have been considered futuristic in the 1980s.
Regardless of its efficacy and value, the Sensoglove aims to improve your swing, as does any discerning training aid (it’s that or putting at any rate). It does this by working very specifically on your grip measuring how tight and the position of your hand, alerting you to any problem areas that you might be displaying as you swing.
Numerous sensors and a tiny onboard computer monitor, store, and analyse the data and as well as pointing out problems, the glove gives you a rating between 1 and 18. As you improve your grip using the Sensoglove, your grip rating should naturally improve and because you can continue to test it over and over again the theory is that the perfect grip will become second nature, your swing will improve, and you’ll get better golf, winning promotion and influencing those around you.