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What is the Golfer's Toolbox made of?

Last Updated: Feb 02, 2015 02:39PM EST
The Toolbox consists of an Aluminum tube that stores two fiberglass and two stainless-steel spikes inside. It has a golf grip on either to create symmetry when using it for stretching. Stretching with a drive can put a lot of stress on often times very expensive shafts, which is not good for your club and can even break the shaft over time.

The laminated vinyl decal, (which can be customized for specific corporate logos or country club,s) and the eight holes strategically drilled in the tube work in conjunction with the rods and spikes to form various configurations and can be used either indoors or outdoors to work on putting, tempo, fitness, alignment, ball position, swing plane and putting plane. A camera can be mounted on top through the use of a cleverly embedded set screw that can easily be screwed out using one of the steal spikes. At 48 inches, the Golfer's Toolbox is also long enough to protect your clubs in travel so you don’t have to worry about showing up on a golf outing with a broken driver! Just buying a club protector to do just this can run you as much as $60, so why not get a product that protects your clubs and offers you a wide array of very useful swing aids!

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