conjunction with the rods and spikes to form various configurations and can be used either indoors or outdoors to work on putting, tempo, fitness, alignment, ball position, swing plane, putting plane, a camera can be mounted on top, and it is long enough to protect your clubs in travel.
It's a system for working on set-up from forming a "T" on the ground to establish ball position to using the spikes to check swing plane and alignment. Insert the spikes into the side of the tube and stick the whole thing in the ground and it becomes a putting stroke trainer that keeps the shaft on plane for any putting style or set up; yes a putting trainer that scientifically works for any putting stroke.
The Golfer's Toolbox has a golf grip at either end allowing it to work as a stretching aid; some 40 stretching and strength-training exercises are on the company website and blog. It also works as a weighted swing trainer where the weight can be changed by removing the spikes and or rods from inside the Golfer's Toolbox tube. Leave the spikes and rods in the tube for max weight and remove to lighten. At 48 inches long (2-3 inches longer than a driver) placing the Golfer's Toolbox inside your golf bag helps protect the clubs (especially the driver) from damage when traveling.
But that's not all: There's a camera mount at one end so it can function as a monopod for helping take swing sequences or shooting foursome photos. An elastic string is included for use to help with eye alignment, and green reading when practicing putting. It also has functionality built in for indoor putting and swing practice.
The Golfer's Toolbox is the all-in-one that will help the golfer with alignment, ball position, stance, swing plane, putting plane, fitness, stretching, video work, balance, club protection, and tempo. Innovate, solves a problem, fits in the bag, and will help the user with all parts of their game.