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Scott, GA

4.3

Currently have and use a practice green, EyeLine Putting Mirror, EyeLine Pendulum Putting Rod and SeeMore SPI Posture Training Ball.

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St. Alberta/Alberta/Canada

Handicap: 8

I have used a few systems before including alignment mirrors, gates, and gradient artificial greens. Would love to see how this system works.

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John / Oregon

3.3

I putt everyday on a rug in my living room with the Sklz Putt Pocket.  Ultimately the Putt Pocket is a better tool to use with actual holes on a putting green as you can turn the pocket to face the hole entry point for the ball on breaking putts.  Indoors on a flat carpet, it’s just a “hole” I can aim at.  Plus, because it’s built like a big backstop, it doesn’t help you put proper pace on putts.  

I have also used string on a putting green to help with my starting line/aim.

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Scott/Georgia 

18

I've never used a putting system before. 

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Jorge, FL

28

Nope, I’ve never used any golf aid device ever. Maybe that’s why I’m a 28 handicap?

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Kevin Lyday / Louisiana 

Handicap -- 7

Have you ever used a putting training device before -- putting Arc 

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First Name/State or Country: Clinton/Canada

Handicap:15

Have you ever used a putting training device before :Yes, simple putting cup, callaway narrow mat, putting wheel. Metal yardstick (to putt on top of to practice allignment.

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Hayden/Nevada

12

I have only used the iPing app

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Dinesh Moorjani, Laredo, TX

10 handicap 

I have the Putt Out mirror and a generic mat. I also use a yard stick as a putting aid. I would love to test and review the Putt Out putting aids. 

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James/Canada

36

Never used a putting device before

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Matt/Iowa

9

Yes, I have a putting mirror and the Ping iPhone putter app and cradle

 

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Larry/Texas

9.1

Tried several and I am still a mediocre putter at best.

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Paul / WA state

12.9

Never used putting training device

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Marc/Arkansas

17

No, i haven't used a putting aid, but I need to do something to correct being constantly short of the hole. Last week was the final straw, I was short on 16 of 18 first putts.

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Chris/Oklahoma

8

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I have always struggled with putting. On a good round I’ll have 30 putts. Normally I’m somewhere around 35-37. I practice it all the time, but I still seem to struggle. This looks like a great system & I’d love to try it out!

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Coldstream, BC, Canada

6.9

 

Yes, used a putting trainer before

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