We get asked all of the time about different putting theories and the best putting training aid to use to help implement the putting theory into their putting stroke. Obviously our students must first must decide if they are going to putt in an arc or use the straight back and straight through putting method. In this article we will discuss the TOMI Putting System and how it can help you no matter which putting theory that you use.
Putting Training Aid – The TOMI Putting System
You will feel like you are taking a personalized putting lesson from one of the world's top putting instructors, Marius Filmalter whenever you are using the TOMI. Tomi records the most critical parameters of your putting stroke in real-time. Tomi shows you what you're doing right and what you're doing wrong, tells you how to fix it and even gives you the drills you need to become a great putter.
TOMI evaluates your putting stroke and Marius gives you constructive feedback on how to perfect your putting stroke. TOMI will see flawed stroke angles and motions that often go unnoticed, even to expert eyes. The Tomi will capture all of the following data and display it for you: Alignment at Impact, Stroke Path Direction, Backward Stroke Rotation, Forward Stroke Rotation, and Speed at Impact. Tomi captures, records and gives real-time feedback on your stroke. The TOMI can be used for both putting theories.
The above putting training aids will help you develop a better putting stroke. You need to first decide which whether you are going to implement the straight back and straight through putting method or if you are going to putting in an arc. Once this decision is made, then you can choose the putting training aid that will work for you and will help you lower your scores.
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