When you practice with the Putting Arc, you work on three things, the on-plane putting stroke, correct initial alignment, and correct clubface angle. All are equally important. When the Putting Arc is correctly aligned with your target, the center line is perfectly square to the initial starting direction and it provides an excellent visual confirmation that your alignment is correct. This is as important as the other two elements. The other lines on top tell you if you have correctly maintained the clubface angle by not manipulating the clubface either closed or open during the stroke, while the arc tells you if you are swinging the putter on-plane. This is the only putting training aid on the market which has the capability to correctly teach these three putting components at the same time, and that is one reason it has been used by 17 of the 24 Presidents Cup contestants and over 500 touring pros.
All have the same arc and are used the same.
The difference is in the material they are made of which affects the weight. Another difference is the size….the T3 is about half the size of the other models and measures approximately 20 inches.
Most people who want to take the Putting Arc with them when they travel prefer the MSIII.
However, teaching pros and people who will mainly use their arc indoors (such as in the office or den) prefer the Deluxe.
REASON #10 – In its August 2004 edition, Golf Digest rated the Putting Arc the #1 putting training device which you can use with your own putter. Some of the other highly rated training devices have been on the market for 20 to 30 years, so this rating covers a lot of training devices over a long period of time.
REASON #9 – Golf is a game played from the side of the ball on an inclined plane. The Putting Arc’s unique patent uses math to precisely calculate this plane, as well as the putter path and putter face angle. The lines on the Putting Arc show the putter face angle, and they are as important as the arc itself. This is the secret of the Putting Arc.
REASON #8 – The straight back – straight through putting stroke with the clubface always aimed at the hole is the putting stroke of the 1980’s, and it is out of date. It is used by very few successful touring pros because it is not natural, and it requires precise hand manipulation to make it work. Under pressure, this manipulation is very hard to repeat.
With the Putting Arc you learn a stroke which is taught by the LEADING ARC-TYPE PUTTING INSTRUCTORS in the game. These include Butch Harmon, Jim Flick, John Elliott Jr., Stan Utley, Mike Shannon, Todd Sones, Putting Arc co-inventor V. J. Trolio, and our tour reps, Tony Sills and Pat Sellers. In this stroke, the putter actually moves straight back and straight through, but on the above mentioned inclined plane. Because of this inclined plane, the putter head traces an arc when viewed from overhead. The putter face is always square to the inclined plane and only square to the target line at impact, and the ball roll is true and perfect.
REASON #7 – When you use the Putting Arc you don’t have to wait long to see an improvement. Thousands of reps are not required to improve your putting stroke. Tommy Armour III used his Putting Arc for only two weeks, and he then won the Valero Texas Open with a PGA tour record score of 254. Also, Champions Tour players Dana Quigley, Tom Purtzer, Jim Ahern, and David Eger all won an event soon after getting a Putting Arc from Champions Tour rep Tony Sills.
REASON #6 – The Putting Arc works for everyone….right and lefthanders, women and men, short and long putters, junior and senior golfers, high school and college golfers, and it will work for you. The all-time 72 hole scoring records on the PGA, Nationwide, and Women’s European Tour were recently set by short-time Putting Arc users, and several World Junior Champions and numerous high school state champions are known Putting Arc users.
REASON #5 – The Putting Arc is simple and portable. No assembly is required, and that is why the pros like it. It can be used on a practice green, a carpet, or even a tile or concrete floor. To quote Putting Arc Co-Inventor and Old Waverly Teaching Pro V. J. Trolio, “Putting is 43% of the game. A person who takes this device and uses it once a day, 10 times a day, 15 times a day, or 30 minutes a day will improve his putting. No matter the level, no matter where they are in the game, they will improve their putting.” With the Putting Arc, this practice can be done with or without a ball, a putting green or even a carpet.
REASON #4 – The Putting Arc is the BEST KEPT SECRET in golf, and its presence is like the tip of an iceberg. For every one you see on the practice green at a pro tournament, there are three or more back in the touring pro’s hotel room, motor home, or airplane. This is especially true for the mini-tour players, though there are many more hotel rooms than airplanes on the mini-tours.
REASON #3 – The Putting Arc is GUARANTEED to improve your putting or your money will be refunded. Of the first 18,000 arcs shipped, fewer than 10 have been returned under the above warranty.
REASON #2 – A top teaching pro recently told his students that the only training devices they should buy are ones which the touring pros actually use. The Putting Arc is used by over 680 touring pros for 416 plus professional wins in the past five years. Further recent proof that it works for the pros…Putting Arc known users finished first or tied for first in ALL SIX second stage Tour Q Schools and the Champions Tour Q School finals in 2004.
REASON #1 – In the world of golf, the Putting Arc is a real bargain. Compare the grocery store price per pound of these common golf items, and remember…one year from now the balls will be lost, the gloves will be in a landfill, and the golf clubs will probably be in your closet or on ebay. The 2200 year old math behind the Putting Arc will be as good as ever, as will the Putting Arc itself.
TaylorMade r7 QUAD TP – – – – – – – – $1,162.18 per lb.
Footjoy Sta Sof Glove – – – – – – – – – – – – $304.76 per lb.
Scotty Cameron Newport putter – – – – – $244.70 per lb.
MacGregor VFoil MOI putter – – – – – – – $215.52 per lb.
Cleveland CG10 Wedge – – – – – – – – – – – $129.03 per lb.
Titleist Pro V1x golf balls – – – – – – – – – – $37.03 per lb.
The Putting Arc Deluxe – – – – – – – – – – – -$11.24 per lb.
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The quotes below are from professional players who have won 9 tournaments and over $7,836,766.00 in the first 8 months of 2003, after they used the Putting Arc. In the six months prior to this, they won a total of 0 tournaments.
“I use it before and after I play, every day, and I use it every day whenI can’t play.”
” I use the Deluxe for 30 minutes a day, every day, and carry it with me every where I go.”
“I putt 500 putts per day with the Putting Arc and won a tournament 2 weeks after starting to use it.”
“I place it on the green and make thirty or forty 8′ putts in a row, hit a few long putts for distance, then go play.”
“I make twenty 3′ putts, twenty 8′ putts, then go play.”
“I make consecutive putts at three different distances every time before I play. On days I practice only, I use it three different times during the day.”
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In its August 2004 edition, Golf Digest rated the Putting Arc the #1 putting training device which you can use with your own putter. Some of the other highly rated training devices have been on the market for 20 to 30 years, so this rating covers a lot of training devices over a long period of time.
“The Putting Arc is simple and portable. No assembly is required, and that is why the pros like it. It can be used on a practice green, a carpet, or even a tile or concrete floor. “Putting is 43% of the game. A person who takes this device and uses it once a day, 10 times a day, 15 times a day, or 30 minutes a day will improve his putting. No matter the level, no matter where they are in the game, they will improve their putting.”
Putting Arc Co-Inventor and Old Waverly Teaching Pro V. J. Trolio
With the Putting Arc, this practice can be done with or without a ball, a putting green or even a carpet.
The Putting Arc has helped our team immensely. This past year we led all division I NCAA men’s golf teams with a 29.69 putts per round average. We were 11th in putts per green in regulation and 6th in total short game. It is a great training aid and we use it every day.
Men’s Golf Coach Mercer University