What does fairway forgiveness mean?

The TrueStrike gel section surface plays, feels and reacts like a natural fairway. A fat shot will respond by losing distance, height and accuracy, a topped shot will bury into the surface and kill the shot and a well-struck ball will fly as expected.

That’s what “fairway forgiveness” means and will improve the golfer’s game and make them want to practice for longer.

The TrueStrike’s gel section has a “ruckable” top surface and a gel-filled divot simulating subsurface, designed to accurately recreate the effects of hitting off a natural fairway by allowing the club head to play down and through the playing surface as it would on turf.

Clean Shot – TrueStrike vs Fairway

A clean shot or as its better known clean contact is when you are able to make solid contact with the ball. Developing and understanding your technique is essential to becoming a good golfer.

The realsitic feedback TrueStrike provides, ensures the golfer understands how far the ball will go with each of their clubs -thus getting them closer to the hole more often.

Fairway – Clean Shot

TrueStrike – Clean Shot

Fat Shot – TrueStrike Vs Fairway

A “fat shot” happens when the golfer’s club hits the ground prior to making contact with the golf ball. This makes the grass or even a chunk of turf/sod coming between the clubface and the ball.

As the comparison shows TrueStrike replicates the same fat shot you would get hitting from turf.

Fairway – Fat Shot

TrueStrike – Fat Shot

In conclusion it’s fair to say the more realistic feedback during practice will result in better results out on the course. Making TrueStrike golf mats your first choice for a realistic golf practice expereince.