Slip the bracket onto the club shaft near the head and slide up towards the grip until snug. Make sure the longer arm has the laser pointing up and the shorter arm has the laser pointing down. Then rotate the entire bracket around until the "down" laser is showing a clear dot directly in front of the club face.
Each laser uses an included AAA battery (cheap and easy to replace).
Work on taking the club back to waist high, keeping the first laser on the stripe.
If the laser is pointing outside of the stripe, the hands are working too much away from the body. If the laser is inside of the stripe the club head is swinging too much around the body.
Work on getting the second laser to enter the target side of the stripe as the hands swing from waist high to the top of the swing. If the laser points outside of the stripe the club is too flat. If the laser is inside of the stripe the club is too steep.
Make 10 very slow motion swings with the lasers tracking the stripe back and through. Using another club without the lasers on it, hit five shots trying to replicate the same feel. Repeat this process.
If you don’t absolutely love it, send it back and we'll issue a full refund, no questions asked. Pretty fair right?
Rest assured, you can try it for 60 days risk-free.
We created the Checkpoint with some thought that might be worth considering. If we taped lasers on the shaft, the "up" laser would hit your knuckles and would not be visible - except on your hands. the "down" laser would not be adjustable with each club.
The polycarbonate clip is ultra strong to hold the lasers and club shaft - no sliding around. The lasers are commercial grade strength so they can be seen outdoors, and they are tested for accurate projection. Sometimes lasers do not project "straight", so they don't give accurate feedback.
We design every product for one reason - to help people improve, not just have another training aid. It usually takes some sophisticated engineering to make things looks simple - that's why we have satisfaction guarantees.
The point of the Check Point is to guide and teach positions in the swing. If the swing is too fast, then you can't see the lasers, so nothing is really gained. Swing very slow and you will instantly see the path and plane. Stopping at certain points will burn in those position, too. It has amazing results.
Currently, the Check Point Laser does not work with junior golf clubs. The Check Point Laser bracket is too large to fit snuggly on the shaft of junior clubs.