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Simple, effective, inexpensive. Perfect Putt™ simply works!
November 24, 2010

The Perfect Putt putting aidAt a time when some good golf training aids can cost hundreds, even thousands of pounds, and resemble nothing so much as a medieval instrument of torture, a little simplicity - and an even littler price tag - is a welcome change.

Perfect Putt is a small, adjustable mirror with a rubberised clip that you attach to the shaft of your putter as low down as possible. Align the mirror parallel to the putter face, and put a ball down between three and six feet from a flagstick or hole. Angle the mirror back until, with eyes directly above it, you can see the flag reflected in the centre. The putter is then absolutely square to the hole!

Perfect Putt is first and foremost an alignment aid, much needed by most golfers who think they're square, but aren't. "This is one of the most common faults with the amateur player," says inventor Lance Taylor. As a result they either miss a lot of putts or develop a quirky stroke to bend the ball back on line. "Our aid enables the player to get the head of the putter completely square to the target - it’s as simple as that!"

The Perfect Putt putting aid The Perfect Putt putting aid

But if you're an advocate of the 'Pure In Line Square' stroke, using a straight back, straight through method (as opposed to the 'In-Square-In' method that some prefer), then Perfect Putt can also help with that. Pick a flat, non-breaking putt, and you will be able to see the flag or hole at set-up and throughout the stroke, if you're keeping everything perfectly square.

Perfect Putt - just £12.95And if you have a tendency to move your head during the stroke, Perfect Puttt can help as well. Just angle the mirror back all the way so you can see your eyes, and then keep them in the mirror throughout the putt.

The device fits all makes of putter, left-handed or right, and costs a modest £12.95 online from Neat.

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