About This Item
- Manufacturer: Putting Alley Golf
- Model: Putting Stroke Isolator
- SKU: 17PUTALLEYB1111111111101
- Condition: NEW, FACTORY SEALED
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Introducing the PUTTING ALLEY Putting Stroke IsolatorIdentifies main putting errors which are putter face angle, swing path and off center impact
Eliminates uncontrolled practice on irregular turf by providing a precise consistent putting surface
Portable - can use anywhere, rain or shine
Easy to use - practice a high number of repetitions in a short period of time without bending over to pick up the ball
Builds putting muscle memory
Dual sided design with Integrated precision Alleys on each side
High strength engineering polymer for precision and durability
Five Key Putting Factors You Can Practice with the Putting Alley
Putting Alley is a short putt practice device that uses a raised precise putting surface (27 inches long) as the putting "alley". After putting, you can determine your putting error by seeing where the ball falls off the raised surface. Eliminate the inconsistent feedback of putting greens!
Made from high impact plastic, the Original Putting Alley has integrated putting alleys and graphic overlays to focus your attention to make a great stroke. After becoming proficient on the one inch insert, you simply flip the Putting Alley over, and you have a one half inch insert for even higher precision.
Swing path - is the direction the putter head is traveling. It should be directly towards the hole.
Putter face alignment - is a perpendicular line coming off the face of the putter. It should be pointed towards the hole.
Putter face impact position - is the point where the putter face hits the ball. It should be the center (of mass) of the putter head.
Angle of approach - is whether the putter is traveling upwards, downwards, or horizontal at impact. Generally it should be traveling slightly upwards.
Putter head speed - is how fast the putter head is traveling. It should be enough to hit the putt firmly so it drops into the hole, but not too firm to get it to skip across the hole.
So the perfect putt is one where the putter head is traveling on a line directly towards the hole with the putter face perfectly perpendicular to that line, then hitting the ball in the exact center of the club head using an upward stroke which has enough force to get the ball to get to the hole.
Easy? Yeah, right. But the Putting Alley allows you to practice, isolate, and focus on these five variables to make the perfect putt. They all come into play, so by simply practicing regularly you will learn to hit better putts as you begin to roll the ball into the hole.