Need new alignment sticks? Here are 15 cool, clean styles to pick from

hazy sticks alignment sticks

Alignment sticks are valuable training aids that can improve your swing path, alignment and more. Here are 15 from Hazy Sticks we love.


Unless you have owned an alignment stick, you might not fully be aware of all the ways they can help you out. But it’s a great practice tool for improving your swing path, alignment and aim — the latter something most golfers don’t always think to check.

During a lesson I had years ago, a teacher pointed out my alignment standing over the ball was slightly off, which I never even noticed. I have since added alignment sticks to my bag, and they have been handy devices to keep me on track with routine checks here and there.

There are a ton of alignment sticks out there, but my favorites are from Hazy Sticks. They might cost a little more than your typical fiberglass options — and those are just fine, too — but I like these because, well, they are just really cool.

They are made from hickory — 45-inches long and three-eighths inch in diameter — with a glass protective coating and nickel end caps. But what’s great about them are the subtle, clean designs and different color schemes to pick from — like the 15 you can shop below.

Think of them like a headcover or extension of your golf bag; you should want something that looks good. Tar Heels fan? Go for the Carolina Blues. Basketball fan? Check out the 96 Bulls. Florida Gators grad? You want The Swamp. Or, if you want something that goes with everything, consider my personal favorite, The Renegade.

You can scroll all 15 below. There also are options for engraving.

hazy sticks alignment sticks

Hazy Sticks

Made from 100% hickory and 45-inches long, these alignment sticks come in 15 different styles. Browse options here.

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