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Marlon, Leesburg, VA 15 Hcp

Blue Sharpie with clip on alignment stencil 

Bridgestone RX


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Cleveland RX4 56, 50 

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Dave, QuartHill, Ca

12 Hcp

Use both as eyes agree; Logo print, and or most usually, Orange Sharpie off axis.

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Edgewood, Ky 10 handicap

my own sharpie line

Bridgestone RXS

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J Clark

Santa Cruz Ca

Golf balls with line

Vice with line

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I've used alignment aids off and on.  Currently "on", as it likely doesn't hurt.  I'd use this opportunity to conduct a "designed experiment" using a statistically significant number of putts both with and without the alignment aid, and look at the difference in performance.  Probably do it on both straight and breaking putts and from two different lengths.  The theory is that it becomes more beneficial on longer putts, as shorter ones don't require the alignment precision of longer ones.  Probably need to estimate directional variation from the hole rather than simply counting "makes and misses" to get away from the attribute nature of that data and provide a better view into directional capability, as opposed to leaving a putt short and counting it as a miss even though direction was good (which all the alignment aid can help).

Current handicap is 12.

Location is Phoenix AZ area.

Current line method is a Sharpie line or an existing ball feature (logo, factory supplied alignment aid, etc.).

Ball choice would be ProV1x

Personalization would be "Hitnhunt".

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  1. Location and HC: Salt Lake City, Utah, 5.8
  2. Current line method  - Manufacturer Imprint
  3. Ball choice and personalization - Srixon Z-Star; MFH
  • Love 1

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Jerome,Michigan  8  HC

Draw line with an aid

Titlest Pro v1

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Rotonda West, FL       16

 

Sharpie and ball liner dodad 

 

Pro V1x      JASON


Jason

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Callaway BB 4 hybrid Oban Revenge

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Vokey SM 7 Raw 52, 56, 60, 62 (bent to 64) Aerotec Steelfiber I95

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Okay....I'll give it a try.  I play at least two rounds a week and while I generally have used the Callaway triple track, I don't see that it's of all that much value.   

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Hey, why don’t you guys ever take some testers from Canada? We like golf up here too you know. In fact I personally like putting with a line and practice 12 months a year, although most of the time indoors. Give us a shot we won’t disappoint.

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I would be up for the challenge to see if it improves my putting game for sure.

 

Glenn,   Mount Pleasant, SC    13 Handicap

I use a red dot for allignment

Titleist AVX, "Hooey"

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1. Jon, Valdosta GA , HC 4

2.Line with sharpie 360° via basic line tool

Every putt is lined up to help give me feedback on strike and alignment

3 Titleist proV1, blue or orange line, Jon


Callaway rouge 9° (hotmelted) hzrdus BLK (265 carry 285 total) D4

Taylor made M1 HL 19° tensei blue (250 yards) D4

Callaway epic flash 4 hybrid tensei blue (230 yards) D3

Taylor made RSI TP irons 4-PW kbs c taper S+ (D2)

Titleist vokey 52° bent to 50° Nippon modus3 wedge (125 yards) D4

Titleist vokey 56° Nippon modus3 wedge (115 yards) D4

Titleist vokey 60° Nippon modus3 wedge (95 yards) D5

All irons are .5" longer than Std and .5° flat. Wedges are standard length and lie

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  1. Portage, MI - The Moors GC
  2. Line M Up Pro
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Jeff - Philadelphia, PA

Hcp 12

I use a putting line, but instead of pointing the line down the target line, I turn it 90 degrees so that it is perpendicular to the target line, and the putter face is parallel to the putting line.

Either use the side stamp or manually draw blue Sharpie through to extend the side stamp.

Titleist ProV1 Yellow

Black AlignXL

Edited by ironskillet
Forgot to state handicap

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Great idea to use a machine to put put a accurate line on the ball.

Locate In Blaine, MN in the Minneapolis area.

Handicap is a 10

Use Titleist ProV1


DRH

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This so awesome that golfballs.com is doing this. Good luck to everyone.


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3-wood :mizuno-small: ST180

5-wood :titelist-small: 910F

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Irons Maltby TE Forged 4 - GW

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1.  Knoxville, TN

2.  Spin balls with "Check-Go," using sharpie to make line around equator.

3.  EEH,  Titleist Yellow AVX

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