PuttOut Pressure Putt Trainer – Perfect Your Golf Putting

Take the perfect putt challenge to get the ball to hold in the micro target, you’ll need perfect pace and aim. Perfect your putting and practice anytime, anywhere. 40% of all shots on the course are made with the Putter – train with the PuttOut to reduce your number of putts and you will dramatically improve your score.

Product Features

  • This training aid is designed to simulate the exact conditions of putting into a real hole on the green by it’s ground-breaking parabolic curved design
  • Each successful putt is returned the same distance it would have gone past the hole if it had missed – great feedback for getting the pace just right.
  • Designed to return good putts and reject bad ones.
  • Made from high quality, elastomer and translucent polycarbonate, PuttOut folds and fits into your golf bag.
  • Build repetition into your practice to improve your pace putting and to practice pressure putting.

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2 Comments

  1. One of those rare products that’s so simple, you can’t believe it didn’t already exist. Outstanding product!!! I never write reviews, but I had to on this one. This is such a fantastic idea, and it’s a ton of fun. Clever engineering and a simple design make for the best indoor putting target I’ve ever tried. It’s very well constructed; the base is a heavy rubber, and the ramp is thicker than the pics make it seem. I have no issues throwing this in my bag to use before each round. I’ve used it on the carpet for a few days now, and plan on taking it to a real green tomorrow. I’m…

  2. Finally into the US market I have been waiting for this product to hit the US market. I almost had my relatives bring one over from England. This putting aid is fantastic! The device benefits your whole putting game. It gives you the ability to work on pace control, finding the center of the cup and alignment. Additionally, with the ability for the ball to fall off to either side it gives you immediate feedback on the quality of your strike.Find a flat surface, put a line on your ball, aim it down the center…

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