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Anyone here used the "puttist" ?

post #1 of 12
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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/

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Originally Posted by moadhia View Post

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.
post #3 of 12
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 View Post

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. 

post #5 of 12
PUTTIST is not a mat anymore
Mat era is over since 2009.

post #6 of 12

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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Originally Posted by Puttist Kim View Post

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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Originally Posted by iacas View Post

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.
post #10 of 12

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.

 

 

post #11 of 12
I just want to say most of digital putting trainer in the world is ranged btw. $300~400 because they have to buy the core sensor from outside.
But I strongly agree these are still worthy because distance training give direct effect on your score.
Need to study and survey this kind of device for your easy putting life, or you have to go to green everyday a1_smile.gif
post #12 of 12

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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