Impact Chalk is a revolutionary spray which when applied to a clubface will indicate the impact position of the ball, and reveal the clubface position at the moment of impact. Impact Chalk allows golfers to see slight flaws in the clubface position at impact and helps the player to make swing corrections. Proper contact is essential for higher accuracy, longer distance and lower scores.

Impact Chalk's unique characteristics allows golfer to see an extremely precise "dimple density pattern" even when used at a clubhead speed of 150 mph. Precise dimple patterns on the clubface will reveal one of the nine basic flight paths of the ball helping golfers to groove their swing, or when learning to shape their shots. Impact Chalk can also provide golfers with important feedback when used in putting.

The Nine Basic Ball Flight Rules




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Notice the absence of Impact Chalk at the 4 o'clock position. This indicates an open clubface that will produce a somewhat straight shot with a fade at the
Here is a photo of the perfect shot. Impact is slightly toe side of center with a square face, creating a "Baby Draw", and above the equator removing backspin for additional roll and distance. Here we show an image that is square and dead center maximizing the "Trampoline Effect" of the clubface, and below the equator imparting backspin for distance control.


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An absence of Impact Chalk at the 4 o'clock indicates an upward swing with a slightly open face producing a nice high fade that will land softly. A perfect Iron shot shows a concentric pattern of larger dimples surrounding a group of smaller ones indicating a square clubface and a nice angle of attack. Less material at the 7 o'clock indicates a slight upward swing with a slightly closed face producing a nice high draw.


Impact Chalk, when used for putting, will consistently deliver a clear crisp image of the ball impact. Here we demonstrate a two foot, four foot, and a ten foot putt. In each case Impact Chalk delivers the results you need to evaluate your stroke and equipment. Impact Chalk will give you the same precise indication of your club face position at impact so you may cure those pulled or pushed putts.
Notice the increased size of the impact mark as the length of the putt increases!
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Here is an image demonstrating low compression resulting in a loss of distance. Suggestion is to try a softer ball. Here is an image demonstrating good compression suggesting a good ball match for the given swing speed. Full compression results in a loss of distance and control. A higher compression ball is needed to match the swing speed.