BOSTON, Mass – If you’re thinking about a Father’s Day gift for your dad who loves to golf, you might consider the gift of lower scores and consistent game improvement with Swing Align and the new Goal Post.
These two breakthrough feedback devices help golfers learn what it feels like to use proper technique on full swings as well as on putts.
Swing Align ($99.95)
The innovative Swing Align learning aid takes the understanding of what if feels like to properly swing a golf club to an unprecedented level. When golfers take swings wearing Swing Align, there’s no mistake, they’re feeling what it’s like to swing more like an elite golfer: on-plane, with ideal alignment, rotation and connection. The wearable Swing Align device features a highly visible alignment rod running through its adjustable arm cuffs to help golfers immediately visualize their target line and body alignment. Golfers use Swing Align to make an athletic swing with any club, even their wedges or putter in the Swing Align Short game configuration.
Goal Post ($39.95)
A simple-yet-effective and compact learning device, the Goal Post attaches easily to the head of most putters to supply instant feedback on the quality of each stroke as the user develops consistent aim, alignment, path and a square face at impact. The Goal Post rewards a square putter face and center-face contact. If the putter face is open or closed, the ball contacts the posts on the takeaway or return stroke and veers off-line, providing immediate and correctable feedback.
To make aiming the face even easier, the adjustable alignment rod attachment hovers above the ball and face of the putter. The combination of three aiming lines (the center alignment rod and the heel and toe posts) maximizes the golfer’s vernier acuity, the ability to easily see when multiple line segments become even the slightest bit misaligned. Aiming your putter face square to your intended target line was never easier.