REVIEW: PUTTOUT PUTTING AID – PRACTICE PUTTING WITHOUT CHASING BALLS
Simply put, it’s a great little device that doesn’t cost much and can make it fun and more effortless to practice your putting every day.
The Problem with Most Training Aids
In our opinion, the training aids that don’t make it usually have a few flaws:
→ They are too complicated to use
→ The “fix” that they offer is too specific and doesn’t affect all golfers equally (or at all)
→ The design and/or build is lackluster
There is an immense graveyard of failed ideas because of this, but it doesn’t stop a fresh group of companies every year who are willing to put their training aids to the test.
We believe adequate training aid should first and foremost get you to practice more, and in a very focused way.
Puttout Pressure Putt Trainer
PuttOut Pressure Trainer returns the good putts and refuses the bad ones. In addition, you've got input on how far past the hole your putt is going to go, which will give you an indication of speed regulation. If you really want to test yourself, you should try to land your ball in a small hole for the perfect putt.
After using PuttOut Pressure Putt Trainer for a few weeks, we personally believe this product is going to be a winner because it allows a golfer to remove any barrier to practicing their putting at home and does it more efficiently.
A big reason that golfers will enjoy this product is that the ball will come back to you. Like as you know that stepping back and forth and picking up your ball gets boring during a putting session, and it’s a fact that many players end their sessions early because of this simple act.
Also, because the PuttOut Pressure Putt Trainer is so compact, it will not take up any slot in your home, and can effortlessly be taken to the golf course as well.
The biggest gain from this training aid is like most of us take the route of least resistance when it comes to practice, and I feel PuttOut will help avert that from happening.
How to Use It
You can set it up on your mat or any smooth, non-slippery surface.
You can effortlessly play some frolics with yourself, and the packaging comes with a few directions like:
→ Try making 25 putts in a row, and start again if you miss it.
Raise your putt length by 2 feet every time, and start over again if you miss.
→ See how many times you can land the ball in the perfect putt hole (it’s pretty hard to do)
→ you can also mix it with certain other popular putting aids. You may roll one of the most popular putting devices, The Pill, back to yourself when you hit a great stroke.
The Final Words
For 3490 bucks, we think this neat little device is a no brainer for anyone who wants to practice their putting more and have a little more fun doing it.