Do believe it is better at accurately pointing the face to the target.
April 5, 2016
But when using it on the course it doesn't help me putt better, because with this style of putter (big mallet) I tend to pull and/or impart a little counter clockwise spin on the ball which makes it "hook." So, in practicing with it, it has made be better by clarifying two big weaknesses in my putting stroke. I'm just now learning how to hit a straight on-line end over end roller. I still golf with my "Anser" style putter because, while I don't think I aim it better, I don't hook it or pull it as much, that is, it is more forgiving. I am going to continue practicing with the Smart Square because I'm learning a lot from it, but it might not ever make the course.
Pros:Aims it good.
It is teaching me a lot about flaws in my putting stroke.
Good practicing tool.
Cons:for my bad putting stroke in particular, it is unforgiving (which is actually a good thing, a Pro) and doesn't help me immediately on the course.