Meet The PUTTIST, an innovative “3-putt Killer” technology from Korea
The PUTTIST is a portable and rechargeable digital putting aid that uses a highly innovative smart sensor technology developed from the Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology.
It is the world’s first "putting meter" that helps players build muscle memory to consistently roll the ball to distances between 6ft to 50ft while using only about 1 meter of the actual putting surface.
To be sure, the same can be done on a practice green at your golf club. But for those of us who don’t have the time to make the regular trek out to a putting green, the PUTTIST is the perfect solution. By utilizing a unique and innovative 'One-Ball Solution,’ golfers can now hone a more consistent putting stroke for any desired putting distance with instant feedback - all without ever having to go and fetch the ball from the hole.
Imagine the time and the energy you can save by not having to walk to the hole after practicing a 45ft putt. Even better, you would be better able to stay in your zone while maintaining your feel for the putt, stroke after stroke by not having to chase after your balls.
What would result is a much more effective putting session, which allows you to focus more on the important aspects of your stroke and the resulting distance. The PUTTIST not only provides such means to practice effectively, but it also provides goals and challenges to keep the practice interesting and enjoyable.
The key to a solid putting performance is the ability to roll the ball to the desired distance on a flat surface. For example, before a golfer can even start to consider the speed of the green and its undulations, he or she must first have a good sense of how much ‘weight’ to put on the ball to make it go a certain distance.
In other words, the PUTTIST trains golfers to consistently roll the ball to a certain distance through a variety of putting programs and games. This formulates a muscle memory that is unique to each individual golfer. Therefore, the golfer trained in this manner will now be able to roll the ball to 10ft as dictated by the PUTTIST and its three green speeds of Slow, Average, and Fast. And through repeated practice, the body will have memorized its own sense of ‘putting distance’ or the amount of backswing and follow-through needed to register a certain distance on the PUTTIST.
So how does this help the golfer on an actual course?
At any given time, the green speed at any golf course will vary. Some courses will be painfully slow, while others may be as fast as putting on glass. But all the golfer has to do is take a few minutes to putt around on the practice green before the round and he will be able to get a feel for the greens immediately.
For example, if your 10ft putting stroke travels farther or shorter on a particular green, all you have to do is make the slight adjustment in your putting stroke to the new speed.
Your normal 10ft stroke only went 8ft on a particular green? Simply adjust to hit your putts to 12 feet to get the distance correct for the day.
Vice versa, the putt traveled 5 feet past the hole? Then the green must be really fast today and you need to reduce all putting distance by half. It’s just that easy, and can all be done in the comfort of one’s own home or office.
Are you ready to eliminate those dreaded 3-putts from your game by fine-tuning your muscle memory for distance control? Then try the PUTTIST and watch those pesky 3-putts become easy tap-ins in no time.
The PUTTIST features a unique digital sensor technology that measures the distance of putts and gauges the direction (left or right) of the ball from the centerline.
It features three green speed settings of Slow, Average, and Fast (about 8, 10, and 12 on the Stimp meter) to better dial in your putting stroke to the preferred green speed of your home course. To reduce monotony and increase motivation to practice, the PUTTIST offers four types of interactive and fun putting games and challenges.
The TTT game challenges you to roll the putt to distances of 10, 20, and 30 feet and provides three chances per the distance to make the putt. Keeping in tradition with the old adage “Never Up, Never In,” only balls that go past the hole (but not beyond 50cm) are considered as successful putts.
The goal of the 7-putt game is to hit each distance on the number from 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, and 40 feet, all with only one attempt at each distance. It is the most difficult challenge of the four games built into the PUTTIST, sure to keep most golfers practicing for months or even years to get the perfect score.
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