While many folks think driving is the most exciting part of golf, if you want to shoot low scores on the course, putting is an important area to focus on. But how do you get a feel for the greens when you’re stuck at work?
The answer is the PuttOUT Putt Trainer. This ingenious device has a parabolic shape that tests both your accuracy and your touch, allowing you to practice putting on any flat surface. It’s normally $43, but Hannity viewers can grab it today for just $24.99.
Although a wild drive off the tee can cost you dearly, the most significant difference between amateur and professional golfers is on the green. In the PGA Tour, players average around 29 putts a round. That’s only 1.6 putts per hole!
If you want to get closer to these numbers, the PuttOUT Putt Trainer can help. Winner of the prestigious ISPO Award, this innovative device takes the place of a real hole on the putting green.
To practice, you simply set up PuttOUT on the floor and grab your putter. The aim of the game is to get the ball to stop in a small notch halfway up the curve. Hit it too fast or too softly, and the ball won’t stick. In fact, it will roll out to precisely the same distance you would be putting from on a real green. It’s the closest thing you can get to the course on your hotel bedroom floor.
Created by London-based product designer Martin Riddiford, PuttOUT can also be used for competitive putting with your friends. Once you’re finished, the whole thing folds flat for easy storage.
Order now for just $24.99 to get this PuttOUT Putt Trainer at 41% off MSRP.
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