Ojee Golf unveils Talon training aid

Your golf stance at your fingertips

Andy Roberts's picture
Mon, 20 Jul 2015
Ojee Golf unveils Talon training aid

Ojee Golf has unveiled a revolutionary new digital golf training aid that delivers real-time, visual feedback on golf stance, set-up and angles of address.

The "Talon" training aid - the brainchild of Teesside-based product designer Matt Hulbert and his father Paul - enables golfers to view their stance and adjust to their best position, improving muscle memory, consistency and performance.

Following its airing on Indiegogo - a crowd-funding tool which helps users to reach financial goals - the brand managed to raise nearly £7,000 during its first 24 hours, which will go towards further development of the product.

It utilises a digital display unit that attaches to the top of any golf club, together with a separate wireless back unit, which uses patent-pending technology to remove guesswork by displaying four critical angles of address: spine angle, club shaft angle, club shaft to spine angle, and rotation angle of the club face.

The product was born from the informed words of golfing legend Jack Nicklaus who described the importance of posture in his book ‘Golf My Way’.

"If you set up correctly, there's a good chance you'll hit a reasonable shot, even if you make a mediocre swing,” said Nicklaus.

“If you set up to the ball poorly, you'll hit a lousy shot even if you make the greatest swing in the world."

How does the "Talon" work? 


The wireless back unit measures your spine angle. 


The digital display unit attaches to the grip of your club and measures the club shaft angle. 


The brand's clever technology syncs and works out the club shaft to spine angle. 


With the digital display unit pre-aligned, we measure and display the rotation angle of the club face.  

To pre-order your Talon, visit http://igg.me/at/ojee-golf-talon