Pulseroll Foam Roller Plus Review

GolfMagic reviews the hugely impressive Foam Roller Plus.

Pulseroll Foam Roller Plus Review
Pulseroll Foam Roller Plus Review

Pulseroll Foam Roller Plus Review

Ever felt muscle tightness, tension and general soreness after a round of golf? Join the club. That's why GolfMagic.com got in touch with our friends at Pulseroll following all the buzz we heard about the brand's products at this year's British Masters at Walton Heath.

Pulseroll is quickly becoming the most sought-after vibrating training and recovery aid in the world of golf, and little wonder given its success in a host of other sports such as athletics, boxing, tennis and weight lifting to name just four. 

Justin Rose was quick to back and support Pulseroll during his tournament hosting of the British Masters in October, claiming the brand's Foam Roller Plus had been "working wonders" for him.



Pulseroll products are also used by a number of rising stars, none more so than Pulseroll ambassador Jack Singh Brar, pictured, who at the age of 21 became the season's youngest graduate to step up onto the European Tour in 2019. 

Pulseroll Foam Roller Plus Review

GolfMagic has been testing out the brand's Foam Roller Plus this month, and we can safely say we can already see what the fuss is about.

The beauty about the product is that it can be used anywhere and anytime, for example during your warm up for softening muscle tissue or even cooling down after a workout or to massage various parts of the body.

We have found the Foam Roller Plus to be incredibly beneficial for back pain, tight quads and hamstrings. One word of advice would be to make very small movements, and just let the vibrations do the work! 

I have been benefiting from the Pulseroll Vibrating Foam Roller as part of my fitness regime and I can’t speak highly enough of the benefits. It has helped my training recovery and muscular pain which has been a great benefit to my golf game.

--- Jack Singh Brar, European Tour professional

Using its FOUR different vibration speed settings depending on the type of intensity you want, Pulseroll's unique combination of pressure and vibration helps to loosen your muscles, increase blood flow and flush away lactic acid.

Other key features behind the Pulseroll Foam Roller Plus are its three-hour rechargeable battery and lightweight and portable properties, not to mention faster recovery from injury and less frequent and costly trips to the physio. 

Pulseroll launches into golf market at British Masters


Pulseroll Foam Roller Plus - which comes in black or red colour options - is a super-versatile piece of exercise equipment that offers many benefits similar to a sports massage. It can be used just about anywhere you want from the home to the golf locker room.

We have found the product to be hugely beneficial for lower back pain and general tightness in the body. The reason the Plus model costs a little more than the standard version is that it's a little more powerful and features an improved design.

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We can assure you that you will see improvements in your flexibility, strength, balance and core muscle strength once using this product to its full potential as early as three to four weeks using it. 

By no means cheap at £114.99, but can you really put a price on reducing next day soreness from an 18-hole round of golf, reduced muscle pain  and faster recovery from injury? 

The product comes with a 30-day money back guarantee, one-year warranty and will be delivered within 48 hours in the UK. Pulseroll also offers a Foam Roller for £99.99 and a Vibrating Massage Ball for £89.99.

GOLFMAGIC OFFER: take advantage of 20% off all Pulseroll products by using code Golf20 at checkout! 

Check out the Pulseroll website for more information.

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