PuttOUT Golf Putting Mirror
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- Practice Putting Mirror
The PuttOUT Mirror System is versatile and allows you to experiment with many training methods to encourage consistent putting.
This mirror is great for fine tuning your putting stroke, featuring alignment lines, putter guides and gates for precise training. Practising with this training aid is guaranteed to bring your average putts down per round.
Includes a stand-alone 50mm putting gate, as well as set of two 3-inch magnetic alignment guides, allowing you to not only practice eye, shoulder and ball alignment, but also to actively work on your stroke’s path and target by having the putter pass through the guides.
- Putting Mirror Trainer with Gates
- 50mm steel putting gate
- Magnetic putter guides
- Putter width markings
- Acrylic Mirror
- Steel solid base
- Protective carry bag
- MPN: PUT/M/RED/GRY
What does the manufacture say!
"In a compact three-layer design, the PuttOUT Putting Mirror comprises an anti-scratch coating, a solid steel inner plate to prevent warping and breakage, and a spiked-base rubber surround, holding the mirror in place wherever you choose to grind.
Accompanied with two magnetic guides and a 50mm putting gate, this really is the next step up in consistency, repetition and your all-round putting practice.
Guided putting - The two vivid alignment guides are adjustable for your putting stroke and can be used as a rail, a gate, a backstop or whatever you best see fit. The guides are 3-inches long, ensuring your stroke remains on a square path for the entire impact section.
Use anywhere - With a compact, understated design, use the mirror to practice at home, at work, at the hotel or on the practice green. Wherever you need the practice, the PuttOUT Putting Mirror is there to help.
Putting Gates - Using the guides to ensure the path is square, place the gates a couple of feet in front of the mirror to have the ball is consistently starting on line. If you prefer to putt to midway point, try getting the ball through the gate on its way to the final target on straight or breaking putts."