Why Should You Use Golf Clubs With Alignment Marks (Video)
Why Should You Use Golf Clubs With Alignment Marks (Video) Pete Styles â?? PGA Teaching Pro Pete Styles – PGA Teaching Pro

You should now be aware that golf is a is a target orientated sport everything that we do in the game of golf and how we swing the club and what we aim towards is designed to get this ball towards its intended target. Be that the fairway be that the green or be that ultimately the hole. So the pieces of equipment that we use to try and get the ball towards the intended target need to be designed specifically for that purpose. so we look at these two clubs here I've got a lofty fairway wood and I've got my putter. So we look at what these two clubs can do to help me out and these two clubs both have a very specific piece of technology that helps us and it's this it's a very simple alignment aid and we can used to seeing this on the back of putt at but maybe not so much on a fairway wood. So if we look down on the top of the club there we can see that the alignment technology on top of this fairway wood is the same as it is in a putter and what we noticed when we put the ball behind Also when we put the putter behind the ball to hit a ball on the green is we often find it quite easy to line up because the alignment technology on the back of the putter points to where I want the ball to set off and we can align ourselves quite carefully quite accurately and when we hit the ball we're very surprised if it doesn't take off in that direction we want the ball to be rolling straight because that's where our line the putt drop and that's pretty well versed technology we've seen that for many years in most parts that but very rarely do we actually see it in iron and wood technology but the wood I've got here from Thomas golf actually helps me with an alignment aid on the back of my club.

So now when I put that down behind the ball I can approach this shot in a very similar fashion to how it have a putt but if I line that up there and I set my feet up and I don't feel comfortable I can see that that doesn't quite point exactly where I want to go. So I can make pretty fine tuning you know sort of micro adjustments one or two degrees here to line myself up. In a better position towards my intended target line and I set up with my nice grip in position pointing that line where I wanted to go. Then during the downswing the line will hopefully return back to its original position and drive that ball straight down following the target line down to my target and I tell you what once you've used this technology for a while and you've got comfortable with it it's very difficult to get away from it again because you can imagine if we set you up on the golf course and took away the line and take off the back of your putt. You'd feel half blind wouldn't you you'd feel like well where's that going I don't know where I'm aiming anymore and really that's what we've all been doing with our general technology and irons and woods for all these years but now we've got these Thomas Golf Clubs with the alignment technology on the back you will find an awful lot easier to point where you want the ball to go and you'll have less curving shots less mishits and I tell you what once you've used these you'll really struggle to cope back you won't want to go back to a normal set of golf clubs. Because the alignment technology will become as popular and as and is easy to use here as it always has been in your putter.

2018-08-27

Pete Styles â?? PGA Teaching Pro Pete Styles – PGA Teaching Pro

You should now be aware that golf is a is a target orientated sport everything that we do in the game of golf and how we swing the club and what we aim towards is designed to get this ball towards its intended target. Be that the fairway be that the green or be that ultimately the hole. So the pieces of equipment that we use to try and get the ball towards the intended target need to be designed specifically for that purpose. so we look at these two clubs here I've got a lofty fairway wood and I've got my putter. So we look at what these two clubs can do to help me out and these two clubs both have a very specific piece of technology that helps us and it's this it's a very simple alignment aid and we can used to seeing this on the back of putt at but maybe not so much on a fairway wood. So if we look down on the top of the club there we can see that the alignment technology on top of this fairway wood is the same as it is in a putter and what we noticed when we put the ball behind Also when we put the putter behind the ball to hit a ball on the green is we often find it quite easy to line up because the alignment technology on the back of the putter points to where I want the ball to set off and we can align ourselves quite carefully quite accurately and when we hit the ball we're very surprised if it doesn't take off in that direction we want the ball to be rolling straight because that's where our line the putt drop and that's pretty well versed technology we've seen that for many years in most parts that but very rarely do we actually see it in iron and wood technology but the wood I've got here from Thomas golf actually helps me with an alignment aid on the back of my club.

So now when I put that down behind the ball I can approach this shot in a very similar fashion to how it have a putt but if I line that up there and I set my feet up and I don't feel comfortable I can see that that doesn't quite point exactly where I want to go. So I can make pretty fine tuning you know sort of micro adjustments one or two degrees here to line myself up. In a better position towards my intended target line and I set up with my nice grip in position pointing that line where I wanted to go. Then during the downswing the line will hopefully return back to its original position and drive that ball straight down following the target line down to my target and I tell you what once you've used this technology for a while and you've got comfortable with it it's very difficult to get away from it again because you can imagine if we set you up on the golf course and took away the line and take off the back of your putt. You'd feel half blind wouldn't you you'd feel like well where's that going I don't know where I'm aiming anymore and really that's what we've all been doing with our general technology and irons and woods for all these years but now we've got these Thomas Golf Clubs with the alignment technology on the back you will find an awful lot easier to point where you want the ball to go and you'll have less curving shots less mishits and I tell you what once you've used these you'll really struggle to cope back you won't want to go back to a normal set of golf clubs. Because the alignment technology will become as popular and as and is easy to use here as it always has been in your putter.