7-Day PlaneMate Challenge

We don’t mean to brag but results like this are too good to keep to yourself. We’ve developed a super simple plan for serious results in just 7 days with the Tour Striker PlaneMate. Grab your PlaneMate and let’s get started.

Here’s how to join the challenge:

  1. 10 Ball Baseline – Pick a club for the challenge and record yourself hitting 10 balls.
    • Club Selection – If you choose your least favorite club, you’ll see the biggest results.
    • Recording – Set up a tripod or ask a friend to record your swing with the camera looking down the target line (DTL). The camera’s lens should line up with your hands at address.
    • Where – If you have access to a launch monitor, this is a great time to use it! If you can go to the range and see your ball flight, great! If you are stuck at home, you can hit balls into a net or even hit foam balls in your living room. The video will tell the story no matter where you are.
  2. 7-Day PlaneMate Protocol – Go through the 7-Day PlaneMate Protocol using the same club you performed your baseline with. It only takes about 15 minutes a day. Follow along and try to do the recommended exercise each day. It’s okay if you miss a day or two, but try to complete all 7 days within 10 days. It is helpful to record your practice (for review, and for posting!)

    Enter your email in the form below to get an automated email each day with the recommended exercise for that day.

  3. 10 Ball Results – Within 10 days of starting and using the same club, record yourself hitting 10 balls again. Same as your baseline, you should notice a significant difference in these 10 balls compared to your baseline just 7 days ago.
  4. SHARE! – Post your before and after pictures/videos and your distances if you have them! The average golfer gains 20-25 yards on their longest ball AND 20-25 yards on their AVERAGE ball. Results like that have to be shared. Don’t forget to tag @TourStrikerGolf

The Tour Striker PlaneMate has helped thousands, from rank beginners to top tour players, develop and refine a tour level swing.