The Perfect Putter: Why it Matters
Formerly, golfers used to guess how much a putt broke by using their eyes. Since the advent of AimPoint Green Reading, golfers no longer need to guess and can use their feet to determine slope and accurately predict break.
Using the Perfect Putter, players now have a chance to actually see how much a ball is turning and the importance of this from a different perspective.
The putt featured in the videos below is a 12 foot putt on a 3% break. Less than 3 feet off the ramp, the putt broke 5 inches. The total break measured out to 17 inches. Visually, the putt doesn't appear to turn that much, thus validating the benefits of AimPoint Green Reading.