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Golfer hitting ball on range with Alignment Ball training aid

The Alignment Ball can help you on both the range and putting green — and it's on sale!

Fairway Jockey

If alignment is an issue for you on the greens or elsewhere, investing in a training aid is a great way to make the most of your practice time, and one must-have product is the Alignment Ball.

This simple device packs easily into an included case that can remain stored in your golf bag for easy retrieval.

How does it work?

GOLF Instruction Editor Nick Dimengo shares how the Alignment Ball training aid helped him improve his putting results
How this putting aid helped me read greens like a pro
By: Nick Dimengo

The “ball” comes apart in two pieces, each of which includes a prong that can be stuck into the ground or green like a tee. Nearly 20 feet of retractable cable connects the pieces, creating a perfectly straight line that you can match up with a mark on your ball. Using the cable as a guide, you can diagnose problems with your aim, alignment and stroke. You can even use the Alignment Ball on full swings to help you hone in on your aim and alignment on the range.

The best part? The Alignment Ball is compact enough to fit in the palm of your hand, and it’s currently on sale for 20 percent off its regular retail price.

Check out the Alignment Ball in detail below, and to purchase yours now, click here or tap the link below!

Alignment Ball

$39.99 (was $49.99)
Close to 20 feet of retractable cable! The Alignment Ball will help you work on start line easily and quickly on the putting green. Built in spokes make setup easy and efficient. Either straight putts or breaking putts, this retractable string can do it all! Carrying Case Included.
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