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Golf training system










Image Number 2 for United States Patent #6659775.

A golf training system whereby a user can accurately determine a plurality of swing defect types that he or she may have committed while playing the sport of golf. Moreover, the user will be able to determine many of the more common swing defect types with each stroke. An indicia creating mechanism is mounted within the swing path of the clubface of a golf club. During the swing, the indicia creating mechanism will deposit an ink mark or indicia on the clubface of the golf club. This mark will be characteristic of the type, if any, of swing defect committed. Following the swing, the user will be able to observe the indicia pattern created on the clubface and then having been made aware of any specific swing defect which may have been committed, make corrections can be made on the next swing attempt.








 
 
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