The Clubface Assistant is a new teaching and training aid that is regarded as the best tool available for developing correct path, plane and clubface control. Top PGA instructors, tour professionals and every level amateur are using this training system to dramatically improve their swings and ball striking ability. The Clubface Assistant Training System uses a weighted device that attaches to the shaft of the club in various positions to help maintain the squareness of the clubface in relation to the swingpath. The system uses a large number of different drills, exercises and practice swings to develop the correct muscle memory, feel and understanding of concepts in the swing. One of the critical benefits of using the Clubface Assistant is that this training aid actually helps bring the clubface into an impact balanced position.
The Clubface Assistant also works exceptionally well when applied to a putter shaft where it helps keep the face square to the path of the stroke throughout. It will enable players to reduce the amount of change in face angle at address to impact.
The Clubface Assistant teaching and training aid is attached to the shaft and actually changes the balance of any club through its weight so that it helps the leading edge of the clubface remains square to the path. It also helps in a visual manner in a number of ways. During the bottom part of the swing where the shaft is swung up to parallel to the target line the device should remain hidden underneath the shaft. The Clubface Assistant can also be attached to the shaft near the head of the club where it is used as a weighted club. This proves a huge advantage over traditional weighted clubs as it also improves clubface control – the most important thing that determines direction.
The Clubface Assistant is also one of the best training tools available to help develop a square putterface in relation to path. It can either be attached just below the grip of any club but when it is attached near the head of any club will provide an impact balanced position.This means the clubface or putterface naturally squares to the target and will be at 90 degrees to the path.
It is possible to hit putts with the Clubface Assistant but not recommended to hit full shots as the extra weight makes it difficult to truly square the clubface in a full speed full swing. When working on modifications and drills and exercises to improve the full swing it is recommended to do slower speed and part swings only.
Through recent developments in technology such as the launch monitor devices Trackman and Flightscope it has been proven that the clubface alignment at impact determines the direction of the ball by around 80%. The swingpath is still very important as is the relationship of the face to path and if these areas can be improved then straighter shots occur immediately.The Clubface Assistant helps to improve the clubface position throughout the entire swing but most importantly at impact and will guarantee that you hit straighter shots when used as directed.
The Clubface Assistant is a patented golf training aid which will give direct feedback but is also invaluable to golf instructors to help explain clubface positions throughout the swing.