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Anyone here used the "puttist" ?

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Has anyone used the puttist ? Looks like a really cool idea to ingrain distance control on your putts . It is a bit pricey though.

http://www.puttist-usa.com/

A $250 indoor putting mat? No sir.

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Practicing 30' putts on a 5' putting mat doesn't sound like a barrel of monkeys if you know what I mean.
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones

Practicing 30' putts on a 5' putting mat doesn't sound like a barrel of monkeys if you know what I mean.

Agreed but if it ingrains distance control on putts between 5 to 45 feet it might be worth it. Not really sure how effective this thing is though.

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I have looked at this device but that is a lot of cash for something without proof of it working. Already wasted a bunch of money on new technology P3Proswing. I read up on it that you need to enter the stimp of the greens you want to put on. I would be interested in hearing if anyone has seen their putting improve from using this device.

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Hi, I guess you already see this.... http://thesandtrap.com/t/67362/puttist And here is something from googling... http://www.examiner.com/review/the-puttist http://usgolftv.com/the-puttist-golf-training-aid-video-and-blog-review/ http://smashinggolf.wordpress.com/2013/09/02/tired-of-3-putts-me-too-i-am-practising-with-the-puttist/
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Hi, I guess you already see this....

It's just about time for you to step up and pay if you want to continue to advertise, please. You can email micah@thesandtrap.com about your options. Thank you.

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It's just about time for you to step up and pay if you want to continue to advertise, please. You can email micah@thesandtrap.com about your options. Thank you.

If it look like AD, I'll stop here. Sorry.

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I have one and like it a lot.  I don't use it as much anymore but I still think it's a good idea and a cool product.  I don't know of anything else that you can use in a small indoor space that helps with putting distance control (although I think Pelz has some sort of device also).

You can get hundreds of reps of different length putts while in your living room watching the golf channel or a bowl game or whatever.

I didn't get the feeling that the Puttist guy was advertising, just responding informatively on a post that referenced his invention.  But you guys run a tight ship, and it is your ship after all.

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I recommend checking out the thread that I started last year on the Puttist.  I continue to use it almost daily.  I love it.  It works great and is nice to have as an option when you cannot go outside because of the snow.  Regarding price, yes it's high but I bought mine on Ebay brand new for less than $200.

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