Thomas Golf Patented Alignment Technology
Thomas Golf Patented Alignment Technology

Now one of the real key features of all of the Thomas Golf's range of clubs their putters their irons their hybrids and their drivers is they all have the patented alignment line placed on top. It's a something that we're familiar with seeing with a lot of putters when we set up to a ball with a putter we would often expect to see a line pointing towards the target, but very rarely do we ever see this in any of the golf clubs, but Thomas Golf have taken the decision to patent this design and put it through all of their clubs. and here's how I'd like to be able to use that alignment line to hit straighter longer more accurate golf shots.

The first part of the process is making sure that your accurately aligned to the golf ball and your intended target and here's a great tip of how to do that you could stand behind the golf ball pick out a spot that's in front of you about three feet ahead so maybe the length of a golf club in front of you so we could use a blade of grass or or a leaf that's on the ground. Then if we set up behind the golf ball we actually point the patented alignment line straight towards our intended target and no longer do we have to look at something three hundred yards away and try and align ourselves quite awkwardly with that looking down at the curved head on a curve back. All I now need to do is aim at something that's three feet away from me with a line that's drawn straight across the back of my golf club if the line points at my object was three feet away and I then can go ahead and set myself square to that if I now I make a good smooth swing and actually hit over the top of my object the ball should sail relatively straight towards my target I should reduce the amount of hooks and slices that I have a lot of miss hits.

For a lot of golfers in terms of the direction they hit the ball simply caused by bad alignment. They might have the club aiming in one direction set up their feet aiming different direction to compensate and then they swing through trying to work out which one is correct and how to hit the ball straight and we often see that the club and path relationship as we hit the golf ball to the angle of the face and the angle of the swing aren't going in the same direction that causes lots of messages and lots of curving flights and if that's something that's plaguing your game using the alignment technology from the Thomas Golf range implementing that simple tip of just given there of lining up with something three feet ahead and making a good smooth swing over the top of your target line. I'm sure that'll help you hit longer straighter more accurate golf shots using the technology and the Thomas Golf and the patented alignment technology on the top of all their golf clubs.

2018-01-12

Now one of the real key features of all of the Thomas Golf's range of clubs their putters their irons their hybrids and their drivers is they all have the patented alignment line placed on top. It's a something that we're familiar with seeing with a lot of putters when we set up to a ball with a putter we would often expect to see a line pointing towards the target, but very rarely do we ever see this in any of the golf clubs, but Thomas Golf have taken the decision to patent this design and put it through all of their clubs. and here's how I'd like to be able to use that alignment line to hit straighter longer more accurate golf shots.

The first part of the process is making sure that your accurately aligned to the golf ball and your intended target and here's a great tip of how to do that you could stand behind the golf ball pick out a spot that's in front of you about three feet ahead so maybe the length of a golf club in front of you so we could use a blade of grass or or a leaf that's on the ground. Then if we set up behind the golf ball we actually point the patented alignment line straight towards our intended target and no longer do we have to look at something three hundred yards away and try and align ourselves quite awkwardly with that looking down at the curved head on a curve back. All I now need to do is aim at something that's three feet away from me with a line that's drawn straight across the back of my golf club if the line points at my object was three feet away and I then can go ahead and set myself square to that if I now I make a good smooth swing and actually hit over the top of my object the ball should sail relatively straight towards my target I should reduce the amount of hooks and slices that I have a lot of miss hits.

For a lot of golfers in terms of the direction they hit the ball simply caused by bad alignment. They might have the club aiming in one direction set up their feet aiming different direction to compensate and then they swing through trying to work out which one is correct and how to hit the ball straight and we often see that the club and path relationship as we hit the golf ball to the angle of the face and the angle of the swing aren't going in the same direction that causes lots of messages and lots of curving flights and if that's something that's plaguing your game using the alignment technology from the Thomas Golf range implementing that simple tip of just given there of lining up with something three feet ahead and making a good smooth swing over the top of your target line. I'm sure that'll help you hit longer straighter more accurate golf shots using the technology and the Thomas Golf and the patented alignment technology on the top of all their golf clubs.