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4 Practice Holes
The perfect addition to your Putting Arc, the Arc Glider ensures that the face of your putter is always square to the arc of the Putting Arc. It also eliminates the need to watch the putter face during the stroke.
The ARC Mirror is a new product that solves the double problem of (1) how to use a T3 Putting Arc indoors, and (2) how to accurately monitor head, eye, shoulder positions and head/body stability while practicing with a T3 indoors or outdoors. Up to now, the T3 has not been recommended for indoor use. With the two tied together, the T3 is much more stable indoors and the mirror can easily be taped down if necessary. The ARC Mirror was designed to work with the T3 Putting Arc but it will work equally as well with any of the other Putting Arcs. Large usable size, yet folds to fit in a golf bag.
Use to learn the Ben Hogan pivot.
4 Plastic Practice Holes, String plus Instructions
Use with new Ben Hogan Revisited book.
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Used to learn the Ben Hogan pivot.
The Laser Putter Aligner allows a golfer to practice and perfect his ability to align his putterface with his target. A mirror is attached to the putter (it will work with any kind of putter), and the 13″ by 30″ target is placed against a wall with the laser mounted behind the target. A small switch and cord are used to activate the laser, either by the golfer or by his instructor. The golfer stands about 8′ from the target, and either activates the switch or signals to the instructor that he has his putter aligned. The switch is activated and a laser beam is reflected from the mirror back to the target, and the number on the target is the amount of mis-alignment in inches. This is repeated 10 times and the numbers are then totaled. A score of under 10 is very good, and it can be achieved with practice. This device is very accurate since the laser travels 16′ when the target is 8′ from the target. This allows the golfer to get used to looking at a very precisely aligned putterface, and to quickly check when his alignment is off. Similar devices have been on the market with prices ranging from $200 to $400, but this is the first one offered for under $150.
The original and still #1 training aid for the arc type stroke of the modern touring pro! Maybe its time for you to get your own Putting Arc, and learn to putt like the pros actually putt.