Hitting those long, beautiful drives has never been so easy. Our drivers provide maximum distance and supreme accuracy due to their patented Advanced Top Plane Technology.
When initially setting up to the golf ball, the majority of golfers use the driver's club-face to aim. Since the club's face is not flat, but actually bulged, using the club-face to aim can hurt your driving accuracy. This is where Thomas Golf drivers separate themselves from the pack. Through its exclusive shot aiming indicator on the level top plane of the club, Thomas Golf has made driving "a whole new ball game”.
Since the shot aiming indicator is on the flat top plane of Thomas Golf drivers, the line is parallel to the ground and perpendicular to the club face. This orientation is crucial to shot accuracy and these are the only clubs in the world to offer this patented technology. The line helps you more accurately align your club and body to the target, translating into straighter and more consistent drives.
The Advanced Top Plane of Thomas Golf drivers isn't just a place to put our alignment indicator; it's also essential in harnessing more power and distance for your golf shot. Since the top plane of a Thomas driver is flat, it provides support to the clubface at time of impact with the golf ball; so instead of absorbing impact engery like a domed top, it is transferred into the golf ball for extra distance. With a Thomas Golf driver in your hands, energy transfer of your golf swing is maximized, instead of going to waste.
Thomas Golf fairway woods feature the Advanced Flat Plane Technology that is standard on all of our golf clubs. With other club manufacturers, you use the club face to aim when setting up to the golf ball. Most club faces are not flat, therefore, using the club face to aim can hurt your accuracy.
With its exclusive Shot Aiming Indicator on the top plane of the club, Thomas Golf fairway woods separate themselves from the pack. Since the Shot Aiming Indicator is on the flat top plane of a Thomas Golf fairway wood, the line is parallel to the ground and perpendicular to the club face. This helps you align your club and body to the target, translating into straighter and more consistent shots with your Thomas Golf fairway woods.
The other major advantage of Thomas Golf's Flat Plane Technology is the added strength to the club face. Other club manufacturers used a dome shaped top plane, which hinders the transference of energy from the golf club to the ball. The straight design of Thomas Golf's Advanced Top Plane eliminates unnecessary flex and delivers more power with less effort.
Many golfers have trouble with traditional irons, but don't really know why those problems occur. Other manufacturers' irons have a top trailed edge that is sloped, facing about 20 degrees to the right of the desired target line. Additionally, the face is sloped and the bottom leading edge is curved, creating more misleading reference lines.
Thomas Golf's focus has been on developing golf clubs that improve alignment. With Thomas Golf irons, you gain the same alignment advantages as you do with a putter. The top plane of each iron is designed to support our Alignment Indicator which is parallel to the ground and perpendicular to the club face. This allows you to set up your golf shot for optimal alignment. Once you know that you have your club correctly aimed at the target, you can then align your feet, hips and shoulders to the target line, insuring optimal swing accuracy.