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Golf teaching system and method

Image Number 10 for United States Patent #6997822.

The present invention involves a golf tee coated with colored coatings that when struck with a golf club leave a marking that easily identifies where the ball was struck on the club face and the path of the swing, but does not come off in normal handling. The tee leaves a multi-colored marking on the club face that is used to show the swing path of a golfer's swing and the point of impact of the tee on the face of the golf club. The tee has a center line or mark that represents the middle, which establishes the optimum hitting area. This line or mark is also an indicator for the golfer to line up in the direction they are trying to hit the ball. On either side of this colored line or mark is a different color that indicates the swing path when shown on the club face.

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