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Patent for License:Swing Golf Training Tool
The apparatus folds up, so is compact and can be stored in a provided plastic case that you can store under your golf bag so it’s always ready for use.
The Benefits of the golf training tool:
1) Most golfers have poor fundamentals, especially alignment and ball position. The product allow you to have consistent practice sessions where you can learn a better routine for picking your target, walking into the shot and placing the ball in the right position for the driver, irons and short pitches.
2) Almost all amateurs need practice chipping. The product provides you the tool to have a consistent open stance, narrow feet and proper ball position. Good chipping can be the root of lower scores and the consistent use of the product will most certainly help you achieve your goals faster.
3) If you struggle with the putter the product helps you with better alignment practices as well as a track that allows for a consistent equal size back-swing and through-swing. It is great for those pesky short putts known as “knee knockers”.
When we talk about the golf swing you will notice one word that we mention over and over and that is the word consistent. If you want to be better it takes practice. If you want to practice to become better you need a consistent routine just like you would when you visit the workout center. Golf is no different! If you want to improve you have to consistently practice the proper things and the product will help you do this each time you visit the practice facility.
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Class 473: Games Using Tangible Projectile
Apparatus or means relating to the type of amusement, recreational, or play activities commonly known as games or sports (a) in which one or more players or participants use a ball, missile, stream of water, or any other such body which occupies physical space and can be touched and thereby felt by the one or more players or participants (i.e., a tangible body) such that, during play of a game or sport, the ball, missile, or other such tangible body is thrown, rolled, shoved, impelled, propelled, projected, or otherwise put into motion by a nonexplosive force so as to achieve an objective set forth by rules defined for the particular game or sport and (b) wherein the result of playing such a game or sport can be indicated according to rules defined for the particular game or sport.Subclass 218: Foot positioning aid and indicator associated with swingable implement
Subclass 272: Selectively adjustable with pivotal members
Subclass 273: Selectively adjustable with linearly slidable member (e.g., telescopically extendible)