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    Golf Pucks - Innovative new golf alignment aid

    Check out this new golf alignment aid, just on the market.

    The Acculine Golf Pucks™ (Patent Pending) system is the market’s most innovative and effective golf swing alignment aid for practice and instruction. The Acculine Golf Pucks™ (Patent Pending) System provides and accurate set of references that enable you assess your entire swing path during a video session. Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or advanced golfer, learn more about your swing and how to improve it so that you can gain the results you want.




    See more here - https://golfpucks.com/

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    Interesting product but honestly I can do the same with my 2 current alignment sticks.
    Obviously you represent this device. Care to comment on how you’d think it would be different from me using a couple of alignment sticks or a pool noodle for swing path?
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    The base has angle indicators on it to set the ball line relative to the feet line at 90 degrees (or another setting), and all of the rods lock in place so as not to shift during use, and the entire unit anchors into the ground. This is pretty ideal for a driving range where you will tear up the grass in one spot and need to move over, without having to reset the system (it's already locked into place). Also, the entire system collapses into a small pouch. There is more to it than that, and I'll try to bring the company CEO into the loop to better answer your question.

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    I was thinking that the setup would be difficult. Maybe I’m wrong. I’m a big fan of training aids but this one doesn’t look like it’s for me.


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    Hmm, interesting concept. I don't see myself using something like this myself. I either just throw down an iron or a couple of alignment sticks and go. Maybe for an instructor? It looks kind of like a hassle to set up. Could be wrong.
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    I think the instructor market will be bigger than the average golfer market, but pricing will be key. The value add has to be more than the cost differential of setting down an iron or alignment rod. Interesting video and I'll keep an eye out
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    Quote Originally Posted by radiman View Post
    Hmm, interesting concept. I don't see myself using something like this myself. I either just throw down an iron or a couple of alignment sticks and go. Maybe for an instructor? It looks kind of like a hassle to set up. Could be wrong.
    You can make the system more complicated if you want, but at minimum you could loosen the base an put one rod in the top (for the feet alignment), another in the bottom (for the ball alignment), tighten it, and anchor it to the ground in less than a minute. Additional guides can be used for ball path, swing path, and more.

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    Sorry for duplicate reply. Not sure how to delete?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wildcat4life View Post
    I was thinking that the setup would be difficult. Maybe I’m wrong. I’m a big fan of training aids but this one doesn’t look like it’s for me.


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    You can make the system more complicated if you want, but at minimum you could loosen the base an put one rod in the top (for the feet alignment), another in the bottom (for the ball alignment), tighten it, and anchor it to the ground in less than a minute. Additional guides can be used for ball path, swing path, and more.

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    I am the inventor of Golf Pucks. The reason I invented it was that as a Custom Clubfitter, I searched for any aids that would provide me the ability to set different guide rods at different angles, so that I could help my clients understand more effectively what they needed to change in their swings to help them improve. Fitting them with new clubs that fit them was a huge benefit to them; the right length, the best swing weight, the best loft, the proper grip size, a golf shaft that fit their swing characteristics, the type of clubhead that worked best for them, etc. The big but, was that even though they had a club that fit them for their physical characteristics, they often still had a slice, or a hook, or they hit it thin, or had a tremendous amount of sway. I have every swing aid that's ever been on the market, and some of them work really well, and help my clients learn many things about their swing. Laying sticks on the ground didn't help with alignment, aim and repeatability very effectively. Golf Pucks can lock guide rods at any angle, and they stay locked together, even when they get walked on or kicked or have to be moved to get to an area free of divots. They also work really effectively to learn how to play out of bunkers and for chips, and on side hill lies, because they don't roll around or off of each other. They are completely made in America, and come with an unconditionall money back guarantee. there are short guide rods included that make some of the setups possible that aren't with long rods. Setting downswing paths, takeaway paths, ball alignment, open clubface alignment, foot alignment for square, open or closed, with target guide rods locked in position so they don't move. The testing and user feedback during development was overwhelmingly positive. One of the testers, had never been able to develop a draw, and saw what was wrong with his swing and learned how to fix it in less than an hour, and now has dramatically lowered his index, and hits a baby draw with better accuracy and more distance than he's ever been able to previously. it is easy to set up, and it stays lined up, without having to realign or check it for square.

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    Definitely a very interesting system. As a high cap golfer, it looks really cool, but I’d definitely need some idea of what to do with it, how to set it up to fix my personal swing flaws.
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    Golf Pucks - Innovative new golf alignment aid

    Definitely see the benefit of this to help with swing path and alignment. When I started out and fought a slice, I sure was looking for something like this.
    Good luck with your product.
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    2, 3 and 4 puck systems now available on Amazon.com - https://www.amazon.com/s?k=Acculine+...=bl_dp_s_web_0

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    Hmmm. That price surprised the heck out of me.
    Good luck with the idea and design. Spammy or not, new training aid news is always interesting.
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    Would rather just DIY it out of some wood for that price, goodness!


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