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TSS Groover and face masking spray

Is an excellent combination for practicing impact location precision. Just spray the clubface with masking spray (Dr. Scholl's Foot Spray, or dry shampoo) or attach a piece of face masking tape to the clubface and you are good to go.

 

TSS Training Method

A demonstration of Impact Location Precision practice by a professional golfer from California; uses TSS Pin and TSS Groover aids (groover still in development stage).

 

Replacing or adjusting the hight of the ball

You can adjust the height of the ball on TSS Groover to your preference by manipulating the Bowline knot. Bowline knot’s characteristic is that it can be very easily untied so you can adjust the height of the ball at any time. When you install a new cord, it will take a few shots until it stretches to its final length.

 

Why is Impact Location so important?

Some established golf professionals about the importance of consistently hitting the ball with the sweet spot.

Sean Foley on importance of Impact Location precision

Sean Foley is a Canadian golf instructor, who has coached Sean O'Hair, Hunter Mahan, Stephen Ames, and Parker McLachlin, as well as other PGA Tour professionals. He has coached Justin Rose since the end of 2009. Foley also coaches Canadian PGA Tour player Chris Baryla. Foley began a partnership with Tiger Woods during the summer of 2010. Foley also became Noh Seung-yul's instructor in 2012, and Lee Westwood began working with Foley in the summer of 2013.

 

THE MOST OVERLOOKED FACTOR FOR MISSING THE FAIRWAY

PGA Professionals Piers Ward and Andy Proudman from Me and My Golf take a look at one of the most overlooked factors for missing the fairway with sliced and hooked golf shots.

 

Use foot spray to find your sweet spot | GOLF.com

Brian Crowell demonstrates how a little foot spray can help you get a step ahead in flushing your irons.

 

Dave Pelz on importance of Impact location precision at short game

David T. Pelz is an American golf coach, known for his expertise and published writing on the art of the short game, particularly putting. Pelz was named by Golf Digest magazine as one of the 25 most influential instructors of the 20th Century. Between his students are Phil Mickelson, Colin Montgomerie, Payne Stewart, Vijay Singh, and many other top players.

 

Rick Shiels: It's so important where you hitting it on the clubface

Rick Shiels, Senior PGA Golf Coach at Trafford Golf Centre explains why the club face is bulged and how this helps you hit straighter golf shots and how important it is to hit the ball on the centre of the clubface.

 

Deborah Doniger: Checking Impact

DEBORAH DONIGER demonstrates how placing tape or spray on the club face can help you monitor whether it is square at impact. She was named the top Smith Corona Academic All America for the AJGA. In 2003, she was inducted into the ACC Hall of Fame as one of the best women golfers in the ACC for the last 50 years. She contributes to Golf for Women magazine and appears on The Golf Channel Academy Live.

 

Learning golf is a step by step process. One should start with the shape of the swing, than work on the solid impact - sweetspot precision, and finally strive for precision to the target. We at The Solar Sweetspot Golf have specialized our focus to help golfers with the second step, impact precision, which is the heart of the golf swing and the key for any further advancement.

We provide a training method described in our books and two training aids. TSS Golf Groover is an universal and very practical training aid meant for golfers at any level, from casual recreational ones to most dedicated students. It is an excelent tool for the first two steps, namely for working on the swing shape, and, of course, for what we actually developed it, for practicing impact precision.

TSS Pin training aid and method is meant only for dedicated and disciplined golfers. It is best used in combination with TSS Golf Groover as described in our video eBook.

— Ernest Dras