Measuring Where on the Club Face You Make Contact

Scott wrote in asking how to get more consistent hitting the sweet spot.

It’s a great question because hitting the sweet spot is something that comes up a lot over at The Perfect Impact System. As you probably already know, it is one of the “Impact Factors” that we talk about.

Bottom line is if you want to maximize your distance and accuracy… you need to be hitting the sweet spot!

OK, so how do you get more consistent at hitting the sweet spot?

Well there is one thing that is missing from most golfers’ games: feedback.

You can take as many practice swings as you want… but if you don’t have feedback you’re going to have a tough time making corrections and getting more consistent.

Now you can go to almost any golf shop and buy impact tape that will show you where on the face you are making contact… but I have a solution that works just as well and can save you a bunch of time & money.

Check it out in the video below!

Here’s a close up shot of what the club face should look like after a swing:

Measuring Golf Sweet Spot



One Response to Measuring Where on the Club Face You Make Contact

  1. KC October 27, 2014 at 1:47 pm #

    Hi, I use stick on tapes on the club face. The tape shows clearly where the center/impact spot should be the and where contact was made. I would play an entire round or more to see the impact spots. The tape can be easily put on and removed. Many golf companies and retailers sell them, like four for a dollar or so.
    I enjoy your periodic instructional videos.. Thanks

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