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Federica, Spain (Madrid)

Hcp: 4.5

Yes! I've actually been using a puttout hole for the last month! I also constantly use my visio mi putting stencil, with a mirror & a homemade alignment string and my wellputt matt at home! 

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Federica, Spain (Madrid)

Hcp: 4.5

Yes! I've actually been using a puttout hole for the last month! I also constantly use my visio mi putting stencil, with a mirror & a homemade alignment string and my wellputt matt at home! 

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I would to test this product. I've been looking for something like this to practice my putting at home. I practice putting drills at a course but having something like this at home would really help my short game. I've done eval's for Callaway so doing the write ups would be easy for me. Being able to work on my putting year round at a moments notice seems interesting.

Handicap 15

I live in Nebraska

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Danny/California

0

Yes, I have a couple that I presently use.

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Bob / Texas

9.3

I have used eyeline putting mirror.  

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Jamie

Canada

handicap 26

i have never used a putting trainer, but the looks of my handicap I need one.

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Jody / Alberta
24

I have a cheap mat I bought and used a lot this winter, really want to try the putt out system. Easily putting is the worst part of my game.

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Yes, Of course I would love to test this putting aid !

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Brad / Canada

12

Never but I have considered buying this putting training system.  I would love to be be a tester.

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On 6/7/2019 at 2:44 AM, 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.

 

 

 

Putt Out On Course.jpg

 

 

 

Putt Out on Course DTL view.jpg

 

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Caleb

West Sussex, England 

12.6

When I was very young, used to putt at a radiator pipe. This would be a great birthday present getting to test out one of these, especially as recently changed to putt left handed 

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Roth
10
Home made putting devices nothing bought or paid for.


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Ben - GA

5

I use TIBA Putt and a guide line 

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Steve/Montana

8.5 Handicap

I have not used a putting training device in the past, but it is the weakest part of my game. I use Arccos to track my shots and scores, and right now my putting handicap severely lags behind the rest of my game.

 

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brian

california

28 from 14     back problems

recently had to switch to long putter and try Langer and McCaron's putting style because of back problems will try anything to adjust

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Tom/Ireland

22

I have used a straight back straight through board to help with bringing the putter along its natural path and striking it in the middle. This was great to get the feel of a good putting stroke before going out to play. This would be an interesting aid to test and would love to give some feedback on it for you guys. 

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Kodie/MO

26

I used a training mat about 10 years ago briefly during a couple of golf lessons. It really helped my judge of distance. I would.love an opportunity to try something else

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Luc/Canada

5.9

I bought the knockoff version and sent it back, the plastic was warped!

 

Thanks

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