Developed with Michael Breed, judged by Golf Magazine as one of the Top 100 Teachers in America.
Set up your alignment station exactly to your specs. Arrange the rods to fit your eye - a line on your toes, outside the ball, or multiple lines. Learn ball position from your toe line and between your feet for consistent shots. Our premium rods are made to endure the elements and abuse of riding in your bag. They will not get bent, cracked or give you annoying splinters. •Alignment is the most critical element of an “on-target” shot. •Consistent ball position between the feet creates consistently solid shots. •Consistent ball position from the toe line creates consistent shot shape. •Our premium rods are made to endure the abuse of riding in your bag; NO bending, cracking, or splinters. “I developed The Practice T Alignment System to address these key fundamentals, and help you play more consistently.” “So many of the fixes I recommend on my show on the Golf Channel deal with alignment and ball position. I felt it was important to work with EyeLine to develop a system to help players see correct alignment and make it a consistent part of their practice routine. The Practice T is convenient, simple, and flexible to help with many common flaws. Create your own practice station with the rods and cross pieces... whatever fits your eye." Michael Breed Using the Practice T Alignment System: •Lay the feet alignment rod a little left of the target, parallel to the line of the shot. Secure the rod in place with a tee in each end of the rod. •Put the crosspiece on the rod, and lay the 2nd rail in the slot pointing at the ball. •Slide the ball position rod side to side to get fresh turf during your practice session. •Slide the ball position rod in and out to switch to a longer or shorter club without resetting your alignment This system includes the cross piece and 2 rods you see pictured. You can set up the bottom rod along you toe or heel line. The top perpendicular rod can be used to check ball position between your feet or to make sure you are setting up a consistent distance from the ball. It is easy to slide them in your bag beside your clubs and since they are 42" long they will stick out of your bag several inches for easy access.