Parabolic putting This clever gadget sends a ball back It’s difficult to practise pressure putts. Even if you do put in the effort to hole 25 four-footers in a row, to feel the pressure build on the last few you’re likely to get a sore back picking the ball out of the hole. It was while attempting such a drill that the PuttOut’s inventor decided something had to change. After hours analysing how golf balls drop into the hole, product design expert Martin Riddiford decided a parabolic ramp -which could return putts to you and take the strain out of bending over – was the perfect solution. It didn’t take him long to realise its design would also filter and reject missed putts. If you want to work on pace there’s a micro target into which putts will only drop if the speed is spot on, which is really worthwhile as many putting trainers “catch” any speed of putt, which is not replicated on the course. Flap-tastic A hinged piece opens or closes a ‘micro target’ with which to practise pace putting. Clever design If a putt is off line, it rolls off the side. If it’s accurate, the curved gadget sends it back so you don’t need to bend over to pick it up. Perfect putt challenge get the ball to hold in the micro target putt returner micro target real size golf hole PuttOut folded micro target diskThis training aid is designed to simulate the exact conditions of putting into a real hole on the green by it’s ground-breaking parabolic curved design
Each successful putt is returned the same distance it would have gone past the hole if it had missed – great feedback for getting the pace just right.
Designed to return good putts and reject bad ones.
Made from high quality, elastomer and translucent polycarbonate, Putout folds and fits into your golf bag.
Build repetition into your practice to improve your pace putting and to practice pressure putting.