Used to indicate club path. It will become obvious if your club is following down a straight path to the hole or running inside out or outside in.
STROKE GROOVER BLOCK
Is designed for several diﬀerent exercises. When putting use the numbers on the top to make sure that your follow through is equal to or longer than your back stroke, preventing deceleration. It can also be used to control club path. Position the block in such a way that the toe of the putter just barely touches the block. Now take you normal stroke. This will begin to give you the feeling of being square at impact.
BALL MARKING DEVICE
If you ﬂip the Block over you will see that a golf ball can be inserted into the depression and marked to create an even line on the ball to aid in alignment.
FOAM CONTOUR PADS
You can begin to practice subtle breaks by placing the foam contour pads under the carpet. You can easily achieve left to right and right to left breaks using the foam contour pads.
CUP REDUCING RING
This is a great tool for teaching yourself to aim for the center of the cup.
HEAD ALIGNMENT GUIDE
At the end of the green is a small white hash mark in the middle of the rear panel. With the ﬂag stick in the hole, take your natural putting stance. Adjust your stance until the hash mark disappears behind the ﬂag stick. Once the white strip disappears, your eyes are directly over the ball, achieving a