Provides a more natural training aid, as it works in 3 dimensions. Helps you to develop muscle memory on the putting green, so you can translate the proper putting stroke to the actual green. Works on the entire putting stroke from start to finish. Smart design that you're sure to love.
Expensive. Bulkier than some other putting aids.
If you have trouble visualizing lines to the hole, this trainer helps you aim at the section of the hole for the best chance of making the putt. Trainer fits in a pocket so it can be used easily on the putting green. Perfectly fits around any standard golf hole. Inexpensive.
Not designed to help you develop a more consistent putting stroke.
2-piece putting training system that can be used anywhere (indoors or outdoors). Low-priced tool uses a lined mat so you can see whether your putting stroke is going off line during the back swing. Only properly struck putts will go up the ramp piece, giving you immediate feedback.
Works best for practicing very short putts instead of long putts.
When working on your game at home or the office, this trainer simulates the stroke you need to follow for short putts. When you strike the putt correctly, the ball will return to you perfectly, while poorly struck putts fall away to the side, giving you feedback for successful shots. Small size.
Price seems a little high. Not really made to help with longer putts.
Uses a mirror surface so you can see exactly how you're aligned as you stand over a putt. With lines printed on the mirror and adjustable vertical pegs, it guides your putting stroke along the proper path. Small enough to carry with you anywhere you want to practice.
Will give you an uncomfortable glare on sunny days. Priced a little high.
Putt trainers are pieces of equipment that help you work on your putting game at home. For those days when you can’t make it to the golf course, you can still practice with these tools. In fact, some putting trainers are made to be used outdoors on the putting green at the course. Certain putt trainers are designed to help you physically learn to keep the putter head on line. Others attempt to help you visualize successful putts with guidelines printed on the trainer. Or the trainer will use a mirror, so you can see whether you are lined up properly. You also may find putting trainers aimed at helping you strike the ball with the proper speed.
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