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Leith Anderson interviews Tim Tucker of TrueAim.
Tim Tucker applied an old idea a new way to invent True Aim Optical Decals. He took the idea of alignment marks from putters and applied it to drivers and long distance fairway clubs.
The concept is simple. When you aim your driver there is no good visual reference to align the face. Your driver face is designed with bulge and roll and the back is round. How do you know where you’re aiming? You don’t.
True Aim provides perpendicular and parallel lines that are easy to line up with your target line. It makes sense because the lines are square. The whole point is to provide an easy aiming reference that fits your eye.
Tim spent a day at the Golf Lab while the Nationwide Tour was in Hayward. He has been following the PGA Tour since the beginning of the year. One eye witness on the driving range reported players walking by saying “that was unbelievable”.
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