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  • New Featured Coach of the WeekFEATURED COACH OF THE WEEK – Alex Riggs           View this post on Instagram                       A post shared by Alex Riggs اليكس ريغز (@riggsgolf) on Oct 7, 2020 at 9:26am PDT Every rep you take with the PlaneMate is another opportunity […]
  • Build a Solid Punch ShotOne of the most useful shots to have in your “bag”, is the punch shot. As you build a solid punch shot, you’ll be able to properly decelerate the golf club to have more control of the club face. Focus on your strike fundamentals as you work through impact and end at a semi-follow through. […]
  • Improve the Rhythm of your SwingThere’s a variety of shots you need to know in order to play excellent golf. While the situations on the course change, you’ll consistently need rhythm in your swing to make your shot great. When you have good rhythm, it’s easier for the natural momentum of your club to take over, resulting in a more […]
  • Understanding Your BackswingThere’s something that tour pros do that amateur golfers don’t. With the help of Gears, a 3D motion capture and analysis system that we use at the Tour Striker Golf Academy, we’ve noticed, that tour pros have a very consistent amount of lead arm adduction in their backswing. This means, how much their lead arm […]
  • How to Waggle How to WaggleOne of the most common questions to a Tour Pro after a major win is, “Were you nervous when…” It’s hard not to think about all the swing thoughts, all the circumstances, and the what if’s. How you relax and get ready to go can have a major impact on your results. The waggle is […]
  • Best New Product – 2020 PGA Merchandise ShowWe’re back from the PGA show and brought home some new hardware. We’re happy to announce that the PlaneMate has been awarded the Best New Product of 2020 at the PGA Merchandise Show last week. Thank you to everyone who has supported Tour Striker over the years. We are humbled and honored at the reception […]
  • Educate Your HandsMany of the biggest ball striking issues in golf can be traced back to the hands.  Whether the problem started in your hands or you end up using your hands to compensate… From leaving the face open and hitting a slice, to flashing it closed and hitting hooks, or stalling and flipping for weak, fat, or thin shots.  Your hands are […]
  • PlaneMate Q&AThe Tour Striker team often gets questions from PlaneMate owners asking about faults and fixes and other exercises to do with the PlaneMate.  In this video from the Protocol Series (included when you register your PlaneMate), Martin Chuck and David Woods share the answers to your most burning questions. When I follow through, why is […]
  • New Advanced Protocols for the PlaneMateIf you have already pre-ordered a PlaneMate, we are on schedule and expect to start shipping orders in early January. BUT… We are nearly sold out of this next wave, so if you want to get a PlaneMate in January, you only have a few days to make sure you’re a part of this wave! […]
  • Sneak Peek: Go from Slice to Draw in 5 DaysStop flipping & slicing. Start shallowing & hitting draws. We’re putting together a 5-Day Protocol with the Tour Striker Educator that will help you start hitting perfect baby draws in just 5 days. Even some of the highest level players struggle to shallow the club and stall their rotation, causing a mild flip at impact […]