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Golf Swing Aligner when used for closed face correction

Closed face refers to the position of the clubface relative to the target line at impact which is the moment the clubface strikes the ball. With the Golf Swing Aligner it helps you to get the clubface to the ball square at impact, as seen in the images below using a golf club, gives you a line extending straight forward from the ball on the target line. Now imagine this line extending along and out from the clubface. If the club is square at impact, those two lines will be perpendicular, forming a right angle.

This method is used for those players who take the club back closed.

  1. Place swing plan handle on top of grip as seen in Setup Method 2 (above right Fgure 1, 2 and 3)
  2. The swing plane handle stops you from bending your wrists on the back swing.
  3. It encourages you to turn your wrist Figure 4 whilst stopping your arms parallel to the ground and cocking your wrists at this point -
  4. Hold this position till pointer drops and points to the line of the ball as in Figure 6
  5. With this method it can also be used for plane alignment as well.
 

Assembly for closed face used on all clubs.

 
   


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However, with a closed face, the toe of the club is turned a little inward. The toe of the club is a little forward of the heel at impact. So the angle that is 90 degrees when the clubface is square is less than 90 degrees with a closed face.

The Golf Swing Aligner is imperative to any golfer who wants to improve any part of their golf game. With the use of this teaching aid, you can practice these necessary fundamentals of the swing in the comfort of your home or at the local practice range.

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