Review: ClubCrown Stripe gets your club pointed in the right direction

Review: ClubCrown Stripe gets your club pointed in the right direction

Putts and tee shots are the only two shots on the golf course where you can point there ball where you want. So there's no reason why you shouldn't line both up to where you'd like them to go.

Your golf ball almost certainly has an alignment line on it. Your putter probably has some kind of alignment tool. But your driver? It may not, and that's what makes the ClubCrown Stripe a good product.

The ClubCrown Stripe is a functional-but-fashionable adhesive stripe you can install on your driver that helps you line up your driver, fairway wood or even hybrid toward your target. The stripes come in a variety of styles, including a number of logos for popular colleges.

Installing the Stripe is pretty easy. It's a matter of watching a short video and then replicating those steps with the product. There's even a practice stripe if you're the kind of person who wants to give it a shot before doing it for real. Don't worry if you mess up; the stripe isn't permanent and can be pulled back and applied as many times as needed to fit.

When done, the Stripe aligns a player in two ways: pointing the club down the desired line but also directly to the sweet spot of the club. There's peace of mind standing over the ball knowing that at least the alignment part of the equation is right before takeaway. The swing itself? That's up to you.

The ClubCrown Stripe sells for $19.99 and can be bought on their website.

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