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The StrikePad is very simple. It is a cambered, flexible polymer spring. The BirdieBall is placed toward the front where there is a gap between the pad and the ground. Upon swinging down and through, the pad deflects downward - it simulates taking a divot. One of the most important aspects of the golf swing, when hitting with an iron, is this downward motion at impact.
When hitting with a fairway wood or a driver, place the BirdieBall on the level part of the StrikePad and use a more sweeping motion - avoiding taking a divot. The flex in the StrikePad allows for deflection and rebound at impact. It happens in the blink of an eye.
- Saves lawns and parks from damage
- Protects clubs from damage caused by rough mats or the ground
- Reduces jarring of arms and shoulders at impact
- Practice anywhere - even on concrete, asphalt, or dirt
- Beginning golfers can easily square the club and cannot hit the ball 'fat'
This latest version of the StrikePad has the swingpath of the clubhead through the impact zone printed on it for both left and right handed players. This is an invaluable visual aid - beginners will see how the golf club should move through the hitting zone, more advanced players can use the swing path template to reinforce their proper technique while advanced players can use the StrikePad for practice as well as to instruct beginners.
The StrikePad is incredibly light compared to other practice mats - it only weighs about 600 grams - but it is very durable and tough thanks to its unique polymer make up. It truly is portable so you can take your golf practice just about anywhere.