• Free UK shipping.
  • Discounted US & worldwide shipping.
  • Synthetic turf strike-zone allows you to practice on ALL surfaces.
  • Used by elite golf coaches.
  • Perfect for all skill levels.
  • Learn to strike your irons like a pro!
  • Comes with 25 free StrikeStrips™, giving extra visual strike-point & path feedback.

What does FatPlate do?

FatPlate encourages you to bring your strike-point closer to the ball (giving you that crucial ‘ball then turf’ descending strike) and also allows you to work on your swing mechanics in all weather conditions and on all surfaces. Work on your long irons & chipping at the range, practice area or even at home!
As the synthetic turf strike-zone is the same level as the polycarbonate, FatPlate allows for ANY iron to be hit from the tightest/most furthest-back ball position (number 3) whilst using the correct descending angle for that given club (without necessitating a steepening of the angle of attack).
In addition to the auditory response given, if the low point of your swing is behind the ball, this FatPlate model gives the most precise visual feedback for both path & strike point when used in conjunction with StrikeStrips™.

Who is FatPlate for?

Everyone! FatPlate is used by & is suitable for tour pros, teaching pros and recreational golfers of all abilities.
As FatPlate & FatPlate Lite provide exactly the same action in encouraging the low point of the swing arc to be after the ball, the FatPlate model that is most right for you is not dependant on your ability but rather upon your personal practice routine and personal preference. For additional information to help to decide, please take a look at the features & benefits and FAQs.
FatPlate focuses on muscle memory & allows you to continually strike the ball off the synthetic turf strike-zone when used in practice drills in conjunction with other training equipment, as no divots are created. Swing, hit, evaluate feedback, adapt, repeat.


  1. Can I used my Driver with FatPlate Turf-Pad?

No! FatPlate Turf-Pad has been designed for use with irons as it encourages a downward, descending strike as opposed to an ascending strike that’s required when hitting your Driver.

  1. I tend to make really deep divots, will FatPlate Turf-Pad help me stop digging down so far?

Yes! Whilst both FatPlate Turf-Pad & FatPlate Lite help to bring your swing’s low point farther forward, a key benefit of FatPlate Turf-Pad is that it also allows players to work on arc height without necessitating a steepening of the angle of attack (the cause of your overly deep divots). Elite coach www.adamyounggolf.com uses FatPlate Turf-Pad when working with students with steep downswings.

  1. I’ve just started playing golf, is FatPlate Turf-Pad suitable for me?

Yes! Though FatPlate Turf-Pad is ideal for golfers of all abilities, it could be argued that it is even more beneficial for beginners. FatPlate Turf-Pad is perfect for you as it not only encourages you to bring your strike-point closer to the ball, giving you that crucial ‘ball then turf’ descending strike whilst offering strike-point & path feedback but also gives you the versatility to learn movements & practice your swing (with or without a ball) and on any surface (even at home!).

Do you need StrikeStrips?

In addition to the auditory response given by the new FatPlate Lite, if the low point of your swing is behind the ball, StrikeStrips™ give precise visual feedback of both path & strike point. But remember, you're not supposed to mark them. Keep it clean!

*Due to local Customs, rolls of 250 StrikeStrips currently only ship within the UK. Non-UK customers please purchase StrikeStrip packs (of 100). Please see FAQs for further information.

Training Accessories

The Practice Manual:

The Ultimate Guide for Golfers by Adam Young

Featured on THE GOLF CHANNEL, Adam Young’s book is a golf best-seller in the USA, UK, Canada, Germany and France and is the most comprehensive guide to improving your Golf EVER! With golfers around the World hitting the driving ranges and not improving, it is time to do something different — It’s time to do something better.

If you are a keen golfer who likes to practice, or an aspiring Tour Pro, this book is a necessity. For Golf Coaches around the World, this book will transform the way you teach golf forever!

The Strike Plan by Adam Young

Get ready to take your game to the next level, with the most comprehensive guide to striking the golf ball better.

International best-selling author, Adam Young, takes you step-by-step through the concepts, techniques and skill drills that will get you hitting the ball longer, straighter and more consistent, with this HD video series.

What The Pros Say

The FatPlate is a great device to address the single biggest issue that all amateur golfers face: poor ground contact. As an instructor, I love the way it provides instant feedback. I’m seeing my pupils improve their ground contact quicker than ever - sometimes within 2 or 3 swings.

Adam Young
PGA Professional & Author of The Practice Manual - The Ultimate Guide for Golfers


A huge part of my coaching is about impact. Achieving a downward angle of attack is exactly what we’ve been helping golfers to do for years (here at the academy) and the instant and unmistakeable feedback given by FatPlate really helps to deliver that message

Robert Rock
European Tour Professional & Coach


Very rarely, if ever, do I work with a student who couldn’t benefit by improving their strike. For any golfer to improve feedback is essential, FatPlate allows both myself and the student to instantly asses how the club was delivered to the ball after each shot.

Chris Ryan
Director of Coaching at HIT Golf Academy


People have asked me how does an NFL quarterback learn to take PGA tour-like divots and I simply respond “The FatPlate” The easiest, most realistic golf-aid on the market!

Mike Bercovici
Quarterback, Arizona Cardinals

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What the launch monitor says...

Extensive testing with an industry leading launch monitor was carried out during during development of the FatPlate range to ensure that appropriate attack angles were achievable.