Cross Sight golf alignment aid

Written by: Tony Korologos | Wednesday, November 18th, 2009
Categories: Golf AccessoriesGolf GearReviews

I go through periods of time when I have no idea where to put the ball in my stance, and where my ball actually is.  Doubts come in to my confidence and I play bad golf.  This happens 2-3 times a hear.  It is strange to say the least, having no idea if my ball position is right.

With the Cross Sight golf stance alignment tool (above)I can work on my alignment and ball position.  The Cross Sight is a small and lightweight, weighing in at only five ounces.  It folds nicely to store in your golf bag.

Mats or grass

The unit can be secured to grass through holes on the ends of the unit with golf tees.  If you’re on a driving range with mats, the included mat pins allow securing there.


The centering of the ball alignment can be moved forward and back, as well as in to out.


This alignment tool is available for $68 on Amazon.  That’s considerably high price in my opinion.  I’d price a golf gadget like this around $15-20.  For $68  bucks I might be more inclined to lay some clubs and/or tees down on the ground to check my positions.


Currently the cross sight works only at a 90 degree angle.  It would be cool if the bar which aligns your feet could be adjusted for open or closed stances, leaving the ball position bar where it is.  I do realize you could just adjust your feet but I still think this would be an easy to implement feature which would help visually for learning how to “work” shots.

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