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Golfsmith Lie Board

 

 
 
 
 

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Golfsmith Lie Board:

The special hitting surface material on this Golfsmith Lie Board leaves a small temporary mark on the sole of the clubhead indicating lie angle at impact. For best results, have the golfer stand level with the board, which is 1/8" thick.

Features:

  • Durable; size is 7 1/2" x 15 7/8"
  • Works with or without tape


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  • $21.99

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Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Broken after a few swing This lie board is not durable. One star for this product is even too much. It doesn't deserve it at all. August 8, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Review your directions and think about it. Stand level doesn't mean to put the board on grass or uneven ground compared to your feet. If you are someone who digs up that much ground behind the ball, then you need to start off learning to hit ball first then area/ground in front of ball second (suggest putting an index card in front of the ball and trying to cleanly hit that after making contact with ball. The board has to be thin to give you an accurate reading of your head/toe angles, but you could always thick/strengthen the board by duct taping a very thin piece of sheet metal to the bottom. The mark is easily fixed by putting a piece of impact tape on the sole of the club (sold separately of course). Most of the trainers use this type of tape. Last, compare the price to a $70 dollar strike board, that you might only use a few times. Dad always said "use the tool correctly and according to its purpose" and "cheap usually means that you will be replacing it sooner". June 29, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Worst purchase ever Very disappointed with my lie board and it was just a piece of plastic with no instructions as to how to use it. I tried to hit the surface with and without tape on the sole of my irons and nothing showed. I had better results with a piece of plywood with a crayon marked impact area. The product also cracked after the second hit. October 25, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Lie Board Simple inexpensive way to check the lie angle on your irons. The scuff mark is very easy to wipe off with your fingers. The only drawback for me was the board has no grooves and it takes some effort to get a round golf ball to stop rolling around. I am going to add a small notch but that should be considered in the next design. June 24, 2010
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