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Mike/Idaho

9.1

I have not ever used a putter trainer, am willing to put to the test and if chosen would be willing to write an honest review for all reviewers.

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Mike, California 

0.6

Yes, I’ve used the Pelz Putting Tutor and the Putting Mirror

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Jordan LeFord / California

2.3

The only putting training aid that I have used is by sticking two tees into the ground. One at the toe and the other at the heel of my putter to check my path

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1.Jon, Canada

2.19 handicap

3.I have used your standard 10 foot putt trainer with auto ball return. So I have practiced power but not so much accuracy. I have started tracking putts and am working on managing 2 putts per hole max.

 

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Posted (edited)

1.john mitchell -usa-texas

2.handicap is a 14.4

3.no i have never used a putting aid but i really nead one cause my putting stinks badly

Edited by Countryman
Didnt need the fourth line

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Clayton from Kansas

16 Handicap

An equipment junkie, I enjoy practicing as much as playing.

I have not used a putting training, but I have the time and attention to give a detailed review.

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Mike/Virginia

Handicap - 6.2

Have you ever used a putting training device before - Nothing other than an old astroturf putting mat in the living room.

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Damon Chai - Selangor/ Malaysia

Handicap-2

I already have the Puttout mirror so it would be fun to pair with some of their other products. That mirror has helped me improve my stroke so much in consistency and Face angle

 

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Chris/ Australia 

4

ive used the Stan utley putting pro and bullseye cup before 

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Ummm. I’m Nic and I’m a terrible putter.

Oregon/United States

3.3

I have used several different putting training devices. Mirror, Pelz clips, putting arc..... still a s***** putter.


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Barry/ Minnesota 

10.4

yes, but always looking for a way to improve my putting!

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Dennis Beautiful New Jersey !

26

No putting training device ever used

 

Thanks for considering me 

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Grant, Victoria Australia

7.6😡

Used a Sklz putting arc trainer a few times.

This opportunity ticks a few boxes for me, 1. I can physically do it, 2. I will be focussed on short game as my rehab continues, 3. It's available to Australia, 4. It looks like a useful and well thought out piece of equipment 

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Carsten/MI

Somewhere around a 10-12

Never used a putting aid before but excited to try

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Randy/TN

7 Handicap

I haven't used any training aids but need to desperately.  I have tried several putters and all kind of grips. SMH!

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Scott California

10

Yes - Dave Pelz Putting Tutor

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Michael Ozowski - Fort Worth, TX

HC: 11.1

Yes. I have a Visio Mi Putting Template/Gate Pack, Eyeline golf putting mirror.

Edited by Ozowski32

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23 hours ago, Golfspy_CG2 said:

5 TESTERS WANTED

Let's make practice fun again!  Well even if you never found it fun before, you might after giving the PuttOUT system a go.   

It begins with the Pressure Putt Trainer. A very simple looking plastic ramp with a hole  in it. Has to be easy right?  Well give it a go and let us know.  it in of itself would be enough practice for you. But PuttOUT has developed a full system, each of which could be used independently, but when combined make for very impressive and effective methods of practicing your putting. 

It can be used indoors with the PuttOUT mat, it is also very effective on the actual putting green with any combination of the mirror, gate and Pressure Putt.      Putt Out Training aids.jpg

How To Apply

This opportunity is open to any golfer who lives on the planet earth!  We are looking for five dedicated forum members who will use the system and report back their honest thoughts in a full thorough and comprehensive review.

Please provide the following info in a separate post below...DO NOT QUOTE this post.

First Name/State or Country

Handicap

Have you ever used a putting training device before 

We'll be selecting the testers late next week, so be sure to check back to see if you've been selected.

 

 

 

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Niall / Ireland 

5.7

have used the tomi putt lab

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