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Simple Tip to Stop Chunking the Ball

Practicing at home into a net can be some of your most productive practice.

BUT… you can’t let yourself get lazy when hitting off a mat.

It’s easy to cheat your lowpoint with a mat, hitting it a little fat, because your club simply drags along the mat until you make contact.

On the course, this mistake means chunking it and digging embarrassing holes.

Luckily, it costs almost nothing to ensure you make great contact on a mat.

Practice with your Tour Striker TSI 7-Iron to intuitively learn how to deliver the club like all Tour Players do and use a simple piece of printer paper to keep yourself from cheating your low point on a mat.

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Unlike a traditional golf club, the patented TSI design has little clubface and no grooves below the “sweet spot” (see below).

Tour Striker TSI 7-Iron

The Tour Striker TSI 7-Iron has been designed to intuitively teach golfers the correct way to deliver the “sweet spot” of the golf club to the ball, just like the Tour players. Practice with the Tour Striker TSI 7-Iron will quickly change your understanding of ball striking and will teach you to deliver the golf club to impact with a descending motion, resulting in the forward shaft lean that all great ball strikers possess.

You will quickly learn how to get the SWEET SPOT of the TSI under the CENTER OF GRAVITY of the ball, by naturally applying forward shaft lean during impact. Transferring the feel learned from practicing with the Tour Striker TSI 7-Iron to your traditional golf clubs and the golf course is the easy part!

The Tour Striker TSI 7-Iron is cast of 433 stainless steel and comes with .370 parallel tip, True Temper Uniflex Steel Shaft.