• Players notice Immediate improvements in posture
    • Connection to the putter with perfect forearm alignment
    • Heightened awareness of the low point on the putting stroke (the fulcrum point)
    • The feedback is instant and remains consistent for the user each time the training device is used to good effect.

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    • The horizontal wings are set perpendicular to your club face at address giving players additional feedback.
    • Maintain the loft on your club face with key visual indication of where the clubface is aiming throughout your swing.

    • Turn through the ball efficiently, with the classic club extension drill
    • Previously a noisy and clattering sounds on impact against the club shaft or needing to grip down the grip
    • The solution we have is a fixture point on the rear of the clip to stop the noise and separation of club and alignment stick between shots
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The V Plane method offers a systematic
approach to putting, focusing on stability and consistency. By utilizing the
twin pocket system and alignment sticks, players can establish a reliable framework
to improve their putting stroke. This method aims to minimize unnecessary
movements like unnecessary rotation and hinging of the wrists, thereby allowing
players to develop muscle memory for a more consistent stroke.


The emphasis on stability and connection
to the putter means that this training aid is beneficial for golfers of all
skill levels, from beginners to professionals. By providing natural and
encouraging feedback, it appears to offer a promising solution for those
looking to improve their putting.



Our brightly coloured alignment
wings have multiple uses. Players can see the bottom of the swing arc ensuring
that shaft angle is not too extreme in either direction and club face is not
open or closed using their peripheral vision or video feedback.


Players and coaches use the
brightly coloured wings to create visual checkpoints throughout the swing based
on the problem at hand. The orientation of the V Plane on the golf club can
offer a multitude of benefits to the ‘feel’ that is looking to be achieved.


Putting with the wings - Player
may have the V Plane more towards the putter head to give them an extended
representation of the way the putter head is moving throughout the stroke.


The "alignment stick drill" is known for helping players turn through the ball better, but it can be noisy and clattering task the 'old way'. V Plane changes that with a fixture point on the rear of the clip to stop this.

With the V Plane, you'll enjoy the satisfaction of knowing the club and stick won't separate when you put the club down in between shots. you'll longer be frustrated by the noises it makes