Custom golf cart speakers in Knox, IN

At Thunder Buckets Audio, we specialize in audio products to enhance the golfing experience. Whether you are a beginner, intermediate, or advanced golfer, we are here to support your needs.
Our products are intended for golf-cart, UTV, tractor, heavy equipment, or anywhere you may need your tunes! Each product is tested to ensure the highest quality in sound and functionality, along with being carefully packaged and shipped. We are committed to providing you with the highest level of customer satisfaction possible. From the first hole to the 18th hole, you can have fun out of the turf. Contact Thunder Buckets to learn more about our audio equipment! 

​Audio Products We Provide​

  • Speaker Pods

  • Sounds Bars

  • Speaker Cans

  • Stereo Enclosures 

Beginner Golfing Tips

Get square at the start

First, it’s essential to get square at the start, so you have the right form. Often, a shot at the hole can go awry because of a misaligned clubface. You can use an alignment stick to help you get in the right position. As you get ready for your shot, line up the leading edge of your golf club with the alignment stick. Then pull the club back to its regular position, so you ensure the face is square every time. 

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Ensure your stance is wide for speed

The beginning of your swing dictates the momentum and speed of your swing. It’s important to get wide width with your takeaway.
To create maximum speed, you have to ensure you have a maximum width, and it’s an essential component of the game.

Perfect Posture

Posture is a critical point in golf, and it can make or break your gameplay. If you set up the ball and your body properly, you have a better chance to hit it where it needs to go. To correctly prep your posture for your drive, stand with the golf club pressed against your thighs. Next, bend forward from your hips while lightly flexing your knees. Your arms will hang straight down if you do that without hunching your back. Finally, ensure your grip is good, and your club is at a 45-degree angle to your forearm. This will make sure that everything is aligned correctly. 

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