Special Introductory Price: Buy and iZone Golf now for $39.95!
Limited Time Offer: Get a FREE protective case with your purchase, valued at $7.95.
This will be your only opportunity to purchase an iZone at this special promotional rate!
Anticipated Delivery Date of iZone + Protective Case*:March 1, 2018
Notice:Processing of your order could take up to 48 hours from the time your order is placed.
The iZone, with its expanded nose-piece and modular lens (the “iShield”), will help you train your body to limit eye and head movement and keep both eyes continually fixed on the golf ball throughout the entire golf swing—from the back stroke through impact. Once you have stronger head and eye discipline, you will experience the feeling of pure contact and achieve superior results.
The iZone is proudly made in the USA.
HOW TO USE
Right Handed Players - Use the iZone with the iShield that covers your left eye (the eye closest to your target).
Left Handed Players - Use the iZone with the iShield that covers your right eye (the eye closest to your target)
HOW TO USE
*When you first use the iZone it will take a few moments to adjust to utilizing just one eye. This is normal and you will become adjusted to it after a few practice swings.
Put on the iZone as you would eyeglasses, and rest the nose-piece firmly on the top of the bridge of your nose.
Address the golf ball as you normally would with your choice of golf club while wearing the iZone.
Look down at the golf ball with both eyes open, making sure that your view of the ball is not obstructed.
The back stroke- Begin your back stroke. As you swing, if you move your head too far away from the ball it will completely disappear from view.
The finish position- If you raise your head or lift your eyes away from the ball prior to impact, your view of the ball will be obstructed by the expanded nose-piece. If you continue your swing with this obstructed view, or “come out of the shot,” you will likely “top” the ball or experience a shot that generally does not become airborne or travel the required distance.
NOTE: If you tend to move your head or take your eyes off the ball more often on your finish, then use the iShield over your eye farthest from the target. If you move your head or take your eyes off the ball before impact, the ball will completely disappear from view.
When you experience an obstructed view of the ball, if possible stop your swing and reset, focusing on keeping your head and eyes fixed on the ball throughout your entire golf swing— from the back stroke through impact.