Innovative training aid grooves square qlignment and center face contact
OCEANSIDE, California (March 16, 2021) – Creators of the innovative Swing Align training aid (which helps golfers improve and maintain alignment, rotation, swing plane and connection in the golf swing), are proud to release the company’s first training aid specifically for putting, the Goal Post.
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 lightweight Goal Post frame rests across the topline with two alignment posts positioned at the toe and heel of the putter face forming a gate. 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 instant feedback. Users know they have made a good stroke and square, solid contact when they see the ball clear the posts and roll on the proper line.
“Nearly half the strokes a golfer takes in any given round are putts. If you want lower scores, you have to practice putting with purpose and correct feedback. The Goal Post makes that easy, instructive and fun,” says Swing Align Founder Chris McGinley. “A square putter face at set-up, throughout the stroke, and especially at impact, is going to deliver solid contact, and better roll, every time. With immediate feedback, golfers can groove a consistent stroke to deliver a square face every time.”
Goal Post provides immediate feedback on face alignment at address with the device’s bright green posts making it easy to see if the face is square to the target line. 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!
The center Alignment Rod mounts on the back and adjusts so regardless of your set-up posture, the length or lie of your putter, it can always be positioned perfectly centered between the two goal posts. As an option, the alignment rod can be lowered closer to the toe to line up with the toe side edge of the putter head to help you see the path of your stroke as you putt.
Practicing with the Goal Post will sharpen a golfer’s ability to make consistent strokes and pure center-face contact that results in on-line, true-rolling putts and better distance control. As the golfer improves his stroke, the small rubber bumpers can be moved from the bottom of the posts (near the putter face) out to the end of each post to create a narrower opening and a more challenging practice session.
“Golfers need a guide to help them consistently set-up and deliver the face squarely at impact. The Goal Post provides a way for you to improve and maintain good putting habits as you develop an understanding and innate feel for their putting stroke. Using the Goal Post over time yields more consistency, more confidence, more holed putts and lower scores,” McGinley says.
The Goal Post:
– Promotes a square putter face at set-up and impact
– Helps golfers develop solid, center-face contact on more putts
– Promotes better roll with improved distance control
– Fine tunes a golfer’s putting aim and alignment
– Trains proper setup and stability through the putting stroke
Swing Align, Swing Align Short Game and the new Goal Post have been developed by golf industry veterans with more than 60 years’ experience, and with input from PGA Tour players as well as top golf instructors. Each device provides instant feedback to both see and feel proper positions and technique to ingrain good golfing habits.