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!
Identifies 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
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.
- Putting Alley Golf
- Open Box:
- Putting Stroke Isolator
- Training Aids
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- Medicus Putting Alley and Full-Color Manual
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5 Stars based on 7 reviews
Trainer that really works!
February 5, 2016
Best putting trainer I've ever owned. One side is relatively easy, has a wider track, the opposite side has a thinner track and is truly quite difficult. Stick with it and your putting stroke will get much better. It's worked great for me, I practice on it every night.
Prostransforms your putting stroke into a very repeatable and concise stroke.
ConsI have the plastic model and it's very loud if you use it on a bare floor. Put it on a rug and it muffles the sound nicely.
Great Training Aid
December 26, 2015
The putting alley provides great feedback on your putting stroke. It is very simple to use and in just 10-15 minutes per day, I am training a more reliable stoke. Highly recommend.
Proseasy to use, set up and takes up little space instant feedback
April 29, 2015
This is really great for developing consistent stroke.
ProsGreat for indoor and outdoor. Very light and convenient
By Lucas Mitchell
March 18, 2015
So very addicting. Try to keep it going for as many as possible in a row.
ProsSmall, easy to use
ConsPlastic version is feels a bit cheap.
December 26, 2014
super training aid for home use makes you aware of faults in putting stroke open or closed stroke makes you focus more when putting
By John McKelvey
October 29, 2014
Being a retired golf pro, this is great for tempo and line.
ProsSimple and works. You can take it where you go.
ConsCan't find any.
By Dave Rush
St. Charles IL
Great for small areas!
October 22, 2014
Really a nice training aid for putting. I only used the easy side for 10 minutes and now only use the harder side.
ProsSmall unit. Good Price.
ConsSometimes hard to center ball in launch area.