Putting, putting, and putting! When will you start to believe that you can hit a bad drive and recover but when you hit a bad putt the stroke is gone forever! There are many good putting training aids to help you improve your putting and putting stroke. Here are just a few:
How about we start with the hole itself. Several putting training aids can help you learn precisely where your ball should enter the hole in order to reliably drop in at the end of a putt. The Bullseye Cup is a simple tool that wraps around the cup, reducing the cup by nearly a third. The two-inch opening in the Bullseye’s wraparound helps you visualize the precise angle of entry that will or will not work when you putt. Once you are familiar with this visualization, you can remove the Bullseye Cup and putt with the same precision unaided.
Mirrors are also highly important in terms of putting training aids. This is a classic tool, and a simple one, but it is long trusted for a reason: it really helps. The best way to perfect your putting stroke is to really be able to see what you are doing. You can probably tell when your golfing partners are not quite straight, or are over compensating, right? But everyone knows it is harder to see yourself with the same accuracy. There are several putting alignment mirrors by Izzo and other trusted brains that help you get a full view of your stance and motion on a putt. The Putting Alignment Mirror from Eyeline Golf can be easily carried in your golf bag for a quick check before a round. Izzo’s Pure Putt Putting Mirror is durable and lightweight putting training aid. In addition, it can help you correct your shoulder position during both indoor and outdoor practice.
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