The brand’s chief product is being used at Europe’s busiest driving range
A golf training aid created by Teesside-based companyOjee Golf has become an integral part of the coaching programme at Europe’s busiest driving range.
The Talon MK2, which provides real-time digital feedback on your angles of address, is being used at World of Golf in New Malden, London, after PGA Senior Teaching Professional Sebastian Grobler was hugely impressed by the digital product.
“Every great golf swing starts with a consistent and repeatable set-up,” explained Grobler, a former tour player. “By using the Talon MK2, a golfer can finally see and feel how to make the correct set-up adjustments, no matter the club. This is a very powerful training aid that takes guessing out of the equation. I use it in my own coaching and also encourage my students to do the same.”
The Talon MK2 is featured in World of Golf’s state-of-the-art golf studio – the Performance Centre – which uses world-leading technology to give golfers the best possible assistance with their game.
Matt Hulbert, who founded Ojee Golf with his father Paul in 2014, added: “It’s a great feeling to see a product you’ve built and refined over last three years in the hands of the very best teaching professionals in Europe’s busiest training facility. We’re passionate about improving golfers and World of Golf is the perfect platform to increase awareness of the Talon Mk2 and what it can achieve.”
The Talon MK2 uses patented technology to give golfers real-time feedback on the four pivotal angles of address: the spine angle, club-shaft angle, Ojee angle – the difference between the two – and the angle of the clubface.
The product is endorsed by Kevin Craggs, coach of Colin Montgomerie and Catriona Matthew, who said: “I am a great believer that the swing revolves around the set-up and the Talon MK2 provides an affordable training aid to measure key parameters within the set-up, helping all golfers achieve greater consistency from their game.”