There are 3 basic putting skills. Green reading, a repeatable address position, and perfect impact. Practicing with The Putt Ruler teaches all three putting skills!
Get ALL 3 Lag Shot Training Aids! Unlock Your Best Golf Swing and Add 20+ Yards Effortlessly! Groove a Consistent, Reliable Driver Swing. Hit with Perfect Rhythm & Tempo Around the Greens.
Strike Your Pitch Shots Solid with Perfect Rhythm. Helps You Develop Feel and Touch Around The Greens. Eliminates Fat & Thin Shots!
Add distance and accuracy to ALL your drives. Groove an on plane swing with your Lag Shot driver. With perfect tempo and timing. You can even hit balls with it.
The Lag Shot 7 Iron is used by PGA instructors across the world. Why? Because it is a true game-changer! Unlock the feelings of your best golf swing. And add multiple yards to your irons effortlessly.
Everything you need to train for speed! The Stack System is the creation of Dr. Sosho McKenzie, golf’s foremost biomechanist.
Protect Your Golf Clubs from unnecessary damage caused by your alignment rods with a John Hughes Golf Alignment Rod Cover.
The Original EyeLine Putting Mirror has been the friend of thousands of great and not-so-great putters for over 15 years. It is perfect for checking all parts of your putting alignment and setup. Check your eyes, shoulders, putter face & more. Consistency is key! Use it by itself or with one of our Edge Rails. Add the Classic Shoulder Mirror for an even fuller view.
The putter has a sweet spot – between the toe and heel, top and bottom of the face. The Sweet Spot 360˚ is a reusable foam piece that sticks to the face of your putter. It has an opening in the center for your ball to make sweet contact. Hit the spot and the putt rolls perfect. Miss the spot and there is no sound or roll. Listen for solid contact. How many can you hit in the sweet spot?
An instant diagnostic tool for your putting stroke. Make a good stroke and the center line will roll straight and true. Use the red Impact Ball Line to bring your focus to hitting the back of the ball squarely. An open or closed putter face will cause the center line to wobble.
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