Become a Consistent Putter and Never Fear a 3 Footer Again
Let’s face it...you may never hit it 300 yards, but regardless of your age or ability level, you absolutely can learn to putt like the pros with the Tour Putting Trainer. When you make more putts, you’ll shoot lower scores and have a lot more fun!
The Tour Putting Trainer is an adjustable putting trainer that uses a radius rod, forearm rail, and forearm guides to help you achieve the perfect address position every time with proper alignment and your eyes over the ball.
You’ll also master a perfect pendulum stroke by learning to putt with your big muscles (no “shaky hands’ or wrist flipping). This will help you strike your putts more solidly, ensuring they start on the right line with proper pace.
● Consistent setup every time. You can’t hole more putts if you aren’t addressing the ball properly.
● You’ll create perfect practice by using your settings on the radius rod, forearm rail and forearm guides to ensure you’re always in an ideal setup position (and it’s adjustable to suit your stroke and body type).
● The TPT engages the big muscles for a more consistent stroke. The Radius rod, forearm rail and forearm guides ensure a repetitive big muscle stroke. When you eliminate the wrists in putting, good things happen.
● The ideal blend of science and art that will allow you to drastically improve your putting with minimal practice.
The forearm guides with the forearm rail are used for maintaining equal distance between your forearms and can be used with any putting grip. The guides can be positioned to feel pressure on the inside of the forearms or the outside of the forearms. The numbers on the rail allow you to repeat the same setup position every time.
The forearm rail only (no guides) is designed to keep the forearms aligned parallel with the shoulders and putter face. The rail can be used under the forearms or above the forearms depending on your setup. Aligning the body and putter face is one of the most critical aspects of becoming a consistent putter and draining more putts. The forearm rail will ensure consistent body and clubface alignment.
The radius rod is designed to maintain the same distance from the ground on every stroke using your fulcrum point to anchor the putter to your chest. The radius rod promotes a consistent path based on your setup and type of putter. Radius rod ensures hitting the ball in the center of the putter and creating roll immediately improving distance control.
1) Open or Closed Club face
The TPT teaches a square clubface throughout the stroke.
2) Loss of Posture
Ensure consistent posture during the stroke using the radius rod on the TPT.
3) Wrists Breaking Down or Flipping
The forearm rail and guides maintain the ideal wrist position while providing feedback when the wrists flip or break down.
4) Poor Putter Path
The TPT teaches the correct path your putter should travel based on your setup and putting style.
5) Excessive Body Movement
The radius rod, forearm guides and forearm rail eliminate any excess body movement during the stroke. You want to minimize movement while you’re putting.
1) Eyes Over the Ball
A key fundamental is having your eyes over the ball to slightly inside the target line at address. The TPT radius rod ensures that your eyes are over the ball to ensure a consistent setup.
2) Square Club Face
According to Martin Hall, a square clubface is 90% of making putts. The TPT will always line up square to the putter face, and help you ingrain a perfect feel so you can take it your best stroke from the practice green to the course.
3) Forearm Alignment
Using the forearm right to align the forearms and putter face properly will give you the best chance to start draining more putts.
4) Center Contact
A big fundamental in putting is hitting the center of the putter face. The TPT forearm guides give the golfer a solid center strike, by eliminating the use of the hands and wrists in the putting stroke.
5) Pendulum Stroke
The radius rod on the TPT provides an anchor point that allows you to build a pendulum stroke for greater consistency.