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Golf teaching aid that focuses on swing plane alignment that is easy to assemble, lightweight and can be taken anywhere...

Many people start out and look for simple pointers before they begin with golf lessons or maybe just want to improve their golf swing. The Golf Swing Aligner will check if the club face is closed in the takeaway, it will ALSO check if it is open as well, it is almost impossible to recover from the open clubface, while closed is a little easier.

Instead of relying on fundamentals, which the teaching aid will help with, the golfer is forced to compensate, and manipulate the clubs movement trying to return the clubface to square at the moment of truth (impact of the golf ball). To help you master all the techniques and put them into practise, the Golf Swing Aligner can certainly help you.
Golf Swing Aligner

  1. To Set-Up the Golf Swing Aligner simply place directly under the shaft. (Figure 1, 2 and 3)
  2. The First position … For a square face… check the Golf Swing Aligner is still directly under the shaft. (Toe of the club face should point up at the sky, thumbs up at the sky) (Figure 4)
  3. The Second Position …The Golf Swing Aligner will now slide out (Figure 5) revealing the correct swing plane. (the slide should point down towards the golf ball and target line)
  4. The Third position …Check with the yellow swing plane shaft if your club is parallel to the ground at the top... (see Figure 6)
  5. Downswing - check the swing plane on the way down and (slide should point down towards target line) (as in Figure 5)
  6. Then you will notice the slide will fall back through during impact - Then release
  7. On the Post Impact – It promotes correct release and gets you back on plane for a straight shot (as in Figure 7) (after impact, yellow slide will again briefly point down towards target line)
  8. Swing through to parallel (to the ground)
  9. Finish - the shaft should be pointing back on the target line.

With the Golf Swing Aligner you have more than a device that helps you with plain alignment - it is so easily fitted to your club you can perfect four techniques with just one teaching aid.
Find out how this also helps with your putting and chipping techniques.

Ball Flight

The Golf Swing Aligner actually works....



Assembly for swing plane alignment used on all clubs.

Set up for swing plane
Figure 1

Fits all clubs
Figure 2

Final setup for swing plane
Figure 3

Figure 4
Figure 4

Figure 5
Figure 5

Figure 6
Figure 6

Figure 7

Vital Facts About Swing Plane...

Your swing plane is determined by the angle of the club shaft in relation to the ball and the ground. When your swing is on plane, an extension from the butt end of the club would intersect (an imaginary line) drawn through the ball, or target line.

With the Golf Swing Aligner, the yellow slide will make it very obvious where the butt end of the club is pointing. The swing plane also directly affects the balls trajectory. If there is a steep approach into the ball, this will produce higher ball flights. While a flatter approach will produce a lower ball flight. When the Golf Swing Aligner helps your swing plane, it will also improve your swing path.

The swing path is the direction the club is travelling in relation to the target. It is the initial direction of the golf ball’s flight.

If the swing path is along the target line, the ball will start straight. If the path is inside-out the target line (swing to the right), the ball will start right. This means the yellow slide will be point outside the target line. If the swing path is outside-in the target line (swinging to the left), the ball will start left. This means the yellow slide will point inside the target line on the downswing. (The target line is an imaginary line through the golf ball, extending towards your target).

While the Golf Swing Aligner will help correct your swing plane and swing path, it will also help improve your club face position at impact. (see diagram left). Note in the diagram, there are 3 swing paths, and 3 clubface angles for each swing path, square, open, and closed.

The clubface angle is the position of the clubface at impact (clubface angle can have an even bigger impact on the direction of ball flight). This affects the way the golf ball spins after it is hit.

If the club face is square (straight) to the swing path, the ball will go straight. If the clubface is open to the swing path the ball will curve to the right. If the clubface is closed to the swing path the ball will curve to the left.

The Golf Swing Aligner is imperative to any golfer who wants to improve 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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