Masters Eyeline Golf - Edge System
The EDGE Putting System has all the features to help you dominate your short putts:
Looks great - it has to be fun!
The rail is made of powder coated steel - sturdy with great audio feedback.
Rail & Mirror work together or separately.
Non-skid base so you can use it indoors (the office is a great place to putt).
10 Drills are built into the system.
Consistent setup is key! Full view of your eyes, shoulders, shaft, putter face and arms in the Edge Mirror. A bonus of the Edge Mirror is its durability due to it’s revolutionary design and engineering. The Edge Rail builds muscle memory and creates the ultimate practice station!
So the way we use the edge putting rail is we set it up and line it at our target and because the putter is just about the width of the cup. if we line up this line of the rail to the left edge of the cup it’s going to be exactly where we want it to be. I step into the rail and I make some strokes. I want to hear the putter on the rail. If I bring it back and I come off the rail. I won’t be able to hear anything and I know I’m not on that path.
So I want to check that.
The 3 uses of the rail are: 1) it sets my alignment; 2) it helps me find the path of my stroke; 3) and then I use these marks to let me see the length of my stroke.
So in this case I’m going to bring it on this line and to this line. I can make it longer or I can make it much shorter. As I bring the ball in I simply set it down. Get the ball lined up where I want it to be. Exactly like that. Look at my target. Make the stroke. Take it out of the cup.
Now what I want to encourage you to do as well is before you finish your practice session on the rail the last thing I want you to do is bring the ball in and set the putter near the rail. So that I make a stroke if I bring it back inside I’ll hit it, or through, I’ll hit it. I absolutely want to make a stroke and not hit the rail. Always make that a part of the final part of your process.
Alignment; path; stroke length. Great way to use the edge putting rail.