Perfect Practice Putting Trainer

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By skip g

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  1. skip g

    skip g
    Southborough, MA

    A follow-up to the latest post on putting.,,,

    My students use this Putting Trainer to help them develop fundamentally sound putting mechanics. As you can see from the photo, this is a time-lapse of what happens during a perfectly struck putt....

    How does the Putting Trainer work...quite simply: If you make a stroke, and NOTHING is bumped or scraped by either the ball or your putter, you KNOW you have made a PERFECT STROKE! Lots of other things going on (alignment, stroke length, eyes, putter rise), but quite simply....don't bump or touch anything...ball will travel thru the opening....over the coin...and fall directly into the cup...dead-center!

    Students know that if they practice consistently, using the Putting Trainer over the winter months...they will be ready to "putt the lights out" next spring!

    SOOO much fun helping all my students get better!!

    Thoughts?

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  2. Deno

    Deno
    Hawthorne, NJ

    Skip

    Super putting tip!!!


    My Dad would make me practice putting through little "mouse holes" cut into the ends of an upside down shoebox. I got pretty excited making the ball go in one end and out the other.
  3. skip g

    skip g
    Southborough, MA

    Deno:

    Just got back from a quick trip to Florida. Used the Putting Trainer...3 sessions...all went well! Headed to lessons in just a bit...all putting lessons...can't wait to see my students improve their putting strokes...all good!
  4. Deno

    Deno
    Hawthorne, NJ

    Skip

    I'm sure your students benefited from the Putter Trainer. Creating muscle memory and confidence in the stroke are two very important keys.
  5. skip g

    skip g
    Southborough, MA

    Deno:

    A bunch have purchased the Putter Trainer, which indicates they are very serious about improving their game! Each one is hand-made...they take awhile to make, but...I think...are worth it! Always fun helping GolfRite students play better, for sure!

    Merry Christmas!
  6. Vern

    Vern
    Salford

    I use a similar drill made out of my sons old train set the bridge is the perfect size for the prov1 to go through haha
  7. skip g

    skip g
    Southborough, MA

    Great imagination, Vern! All great golfers have this quality!!!!

  8. Deno

    Deno
    Hawthorne, NJ

    Merry Christmas Skip.
  9. skip g

    skip g
    Southborough, MA

    Same to you, Deno!

    Merry Christmas!

    Happy New Year!

    GO PATS!!!!!!
  10. greg p

    greg p
    Chicago 'burbs, IL

    I just wrap a thick rubber band on each side of the sweet spot and putt to my TT bag tag (or a drink coaster.) Simple, and you get immediate feedback on mishits. Been doing this every winter for @# years.

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