Included with Purchase:
- Add speed and consistency to your golf swing by learning how to shift your pressure effectively - without swaying
- Take the guesswork out of your pressure shift - the Pressure Plate will only tilt when you do
- Spikes on the bottom to facilitate a stable connection with the ground
- Can be used indoors or outdoors
- 24" x 13" x 1" - 6 pounds
- Training Videos
- 60 Day Money-Back Guarantee - Increase your swing speed and consistency in days or send it back for a full refund
Learn How to Create Effortless Power
As we rotate in our backswing, the pressure in our feet should move to our trail foot. With the Pressure Plate, you'll know if this happens because it will only tilt back when you get at least 60% of your pressure on your back foot.
Make Sequencing Easy
During the transition from backswing to downswing, your pressure should shift to your lead foot before your arms are parallel to the ground. The Pressure Plate will let you know when this happens by tilting toward the target once you have at least 70% of your pressure on your front foot.
Better Traction = More Power
Most other golf boards rotate and spin during a player's swing.
Our patent-pending design has spikes on the bottom to help you more effectively transfer power from your lower body to the golf ball.
well worth the money.
I found the pressure plate extremely helpful in getting me back to the basic fundamentals..a smooth lower body transition..allowing me to swing freely, hence making for more consistent solid ball striking…
The pressure plate has been featured as a top training aid on SportsEdTV.com and for a good reason. It not only trains a balanced it guarantees the correct feel, and most importantly, the proper sequence. Timing the shift at both the onset of backswing and downswing is necessary and corroborated by this simple and effective training aid.
I've always been a pretty consistent ballstriker but lacked the distance of some of my playing partners - think stack and tilt type swing. After using the pressure plate for three range sessions I noticed a noticeable difference in yards off the tee. Shifting my weight back and forth started to feel natural and the distance followed. Really simple training aid that makes a big difference with just a few practice sessions. Would highly recommend!
Pressure Plate FAQ's
How is the Pressure Plate different than other golf balance boards?
There are a few advantages to the Pressure Plate. One, the Pressure Plate stays level at address, rather than forcing you to be tipped to one side before you start your swing. Two, the Pressure Plate has spikes on the bottom to prevent it from sliding around during the golf swing. Take a glance at videos of other boards online and you’ll often find them rotating and spinning around during the golf swing - the Pressure Plate does not. This connection facilitates the transfer of pressure in the feet to the ground, otherwise known as ground reaction force.
Will the Pressure Plate promote a sway?
No. Our goal in designing the Pressure Plate is specifically to get golfers shifting their pressure instead of their center of mass (weight). The Pressure Plate is a training aid that can actually fix a sway. While hitting off the Plate, we want golfers to feel their pressure moving into their feet while keeping their torso relatively stable.
Can I hit drivers with It?
It depends on your height and the width of your stance. Most women and juniors will be able to use a driver without an issue. Men over 6 feet who want to hit drivers on the Pressure Plate may want to have their feet hang off the edges of the board. With this said, the beauty of the board is that any progress made with irons will translate to the driver.
The board is one inch thick - won't I chunk everything after stepping off?
We see different lies on the course all the time (e.g., lies above the feet and below the feet). Adding an inch for a few shots on the range won’t make a world of a difference. We certainly don’t recommend that a player hit hundreds of balls on the Pressure Plate per day; this will likely produce diminishing returns. We believe a player looking to work on their pressure shift should hit 3 balls on the Pressure Plate, then 3 balls without it and repeat this sequence for only as long as they can maintain their concentration.