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The Right Read, Every Time

The Right Read, Every Time

Whether it’s a 10-footer to win your first Green Jacket or a 6-footer to break 100 at your favorite golf club, the goal is always the same: Make or get close.

Sure, a win at the Masters will come with a bigger payday and slightly more glory, but the satisfaction of watching that ball fall into the cup is the same no matter the circumstances.

Before you can hoist that trophy in triumph, there’s one element to your game that you must first master - green reading.

 

We don’t have to stress how crucial being able to see the line is for golfers. Good green readers look like this …

While those who struggle with green reading often end up feeling like this:

So what are some takeaways in green reading that you can put into practice? First is to not focus on your line, but take in the contours of the green as a whole, and how it slopes. As soon as most players walk to their ball on the green, they only look at the putt, ignoring and block out everything else.

Looking at the slope of the putting surface will give you a clue of how the putt breaks.The more clues you can gather, the better your chances of correctly reading the putt, and making it.

Remember, even putts that appear flat more than likely a slight bias in one direction or the other. A few general rules for green reading are breaks usually break:

  • Toward the Clubhouse
  • Away from Mountains
  • Toward Bodies of Water

However, please note that those tips are not iron-clad. Golf course architects often slip an extra couture to throw off the player. This is when “local knowledge” becomes so valuable.

One of the best ways to build your skill as a green reader is with The Perfect Putter. With our innovative device, you’ll be able to test and verify your lines, and make any adjustments to prepare you for your round. You take these skills with you on the green and you will find your knowledge of green reading and speed control have vastly improved.

After just a few minute with the Perfect Putter device and you’ll feel like a walking talking putting machine. If you haven’t already, learn more about the Perfect Putter and see how it can help you become a better, more confident player as a whole.

Over 65 PGA Tour pros currently use The Perfect Putter in their practice routines, and have seen great improvement with their skills. 

"The Perfect Putter allows me to practice so many levels of my putting and does so more effectively as well. I can get the exact break and speed on any putt in seconds. Working purely on visualization has helped me improve my green reading abilities and it creates a great image in my head of the ball going into the hole.” - Russell Knox 

"The Perfect Putter is the best training tool I've ever seen on the PGA Tour.” -Harris English

"The first week back using The Perfect Putter I made 21 birdies and an eagle and then went out and shot 7 under on my opening 9 holes to help me qualify for the 2015 US Open at Chambers Bay. I am sold on the benefits!" - Bo Van Pelt

Order yours today and we’ll see you on the practice greens.

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