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Ryan / North Carolina


The only putting device I use is my homemade version of the Pelz tutor, but I’m very intrigued by this system. I have seen my putting get better and I’d like to see what this could do for my game.

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Austin / Tennessee


No, I have not. I'd love to be able to improve without having to go to the course!

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Gunnar from Virginia

handicap: 6

I have never used a putting training system. I just putt a lot on the greens!

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I have not- As I only use 1 hand to putt would very much like to see if I get similar results to conventional putters.

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Rick / MA


I have never used a putting training device.

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I have never used a training aid before, unless you count tees in the ground on the putting surface as gates. 

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John Monteagudo 

San Diego, CA

handicap 19

I’ve tried the Eyeline putting aid and blast technologies putting aid

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13 handicap


I have used PuttOut but only once or twice in the shop. 

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Steve.  Washington state

7 hdcp

No, no real trainers, just lines on the linoleum...  I think I am the perfect test candidate : Can this system make a good putter a better putter ?

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Jason/ Pennsylvania 


Pelz putting tutor on occasion when my start line doesn't match up with what I'm seeing. 

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North Carolina


As a former high school coach (10 years/60-4 record/State Champions) and owner/operator of golf school in support of high school players we used dozens of putting training devices to help players work on what we believed were the keys to the goal of "make a great putt".

Our method boiled down to two objectives: get it started on the line you intended at the speed you intended.

Virtually none of the devices we employed worked on BOTH aspects of that model. We were always cobbling together one piece of equipment to help with intended start line and another to figure out speed.

My goal in this test would be to see if the "system" met both parts of the model-line AND speed.

If effective it seems it could be a real help to players of all levels. Good luck!


BTW to Harry N. one of our former players, David Rabil, says hi.

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Handicap  10

I practice with a putting mirror. Sometimes I use tees to make a gate drill. 

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First Name/State or Country --- Randy Manitoba Canada

Handicap --- 24

Have you ever used a putting training device before --- no

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Chris Hawkins



I currently use a putting practice mat in my basement for winter practice, during the season here in Michigan I get to a putting practice green as much as possible.

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Nick - Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada 

Handicap - 16

Haven’t used a putting training aid before. Based on my handicap I could use one. 

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