How the Putting Training Aid System Works
The same putting club is used throughout the entire system of tracing on computers to putting with attachments that have LED lights.
To understand the process of recording and training, below are nine film clips followed by a brief description of each step of how the testing, recording and training aid system works.
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GRID BOX WITH COMPUTERS
Grid Box 1 is displayed with recordable computer screens. A putter with a scriber/tracer records and displays the golfer’s stroke for various distances. Correlation with successful putts and a Preferred Putting Stroke (PPS) are recorded.
PREFERRED PUTTING STROKE (PPS)
A Preferred Putting Stroke (PPS) is different for every golfer. Establishing the Preferred Putting Stroke (PPS) should be the first step. Variation of multiple strokes may occur as shown.
ABERRATIONS IN THE STROKE
Aberrations in the stroke correlate directly to the success and failure of the putt. All incorrect tracings with aberrational strokes and failed putts are erased. Eventually a Preferred Putting Stroke (PPS) will evolve, be recorded, and transferred to a second variation of the Grid Box called Grid Box 2 (GB2).
PUTTER WITH LED ATTACHMENT
The Scriber/Tracer is removed from the club and an electronic attachment is affixed to the same club. Tracings from the computer have been transferred to an insert in Grid Box 2. The red, metallic reflective lines may now be read by the computer’s attachment.
The Preferred Putting Stroke (PPS) is embedded on the plastic inserts that activate the LED lights on the electronic putter attachment. The white LED lights stay lit if the stroke is correct. Aberrations in the stroke activate the red LEDs. Note in this photo, the secondary adjustable wall has not been moved to the toe of the putter for support.
FLEXIBLE WALL FOLLOWS THE
PREFERRED PUTTING STROKE
The adjustable, flexible, supporting wall has been adjusted to be parallel to the Preferred Putting Stroke (PPS). The toe of the putter is supported by this wall. This verifies the correct stroke is being executed when the white LEDs remain lit.
CLOSE UP OF VIDEO ABOVE
This close-up shot repeats the procedure in the preceding video. The flexible wall follows the Preferred Putting Stroke (PPS). This putting stroke can now be embedded in muscle memory over and over in practice with the support from the adjustable wall assuring a correct putting stroke. White LEDs remain constantly lit unless torquing occurs. The red LEDs are then activated if a faulty stroke occurs.
The golfer must be weaned from the dependence of the supporting wall for guidance. This can be done within the Grid Box by screwing the adjustable wall back to its parallel supporting wall of the Grid Box. It is also possible to remove the Insert from the floor of the Grid Box. It may be carried in your golf bag from green to green for every imaginable putt. This removable, portable Insert, with or without the Grid Box, is a practical and easy TAKE-HOME product for training purposes after analysis and instruction by a golf professional.