Norman Douglas Bittner
Dr. N. Douglas Bittner graduated from the University of Pennsylvania Dental School. Shortly after a stint as a Navy Dentist he enrolled in a Post Doctoral Masters of Science program at New York University to qualify for the specialty of Prosthodontics. Dr. Bittner passed his specialty Board Exams and became a founding member and diplomate of the American Board of Prosthodontics.
He taught the physiology of Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) as an assistant professor at New Jersey College of Medicine and Dentistry.
Dr. Bittner lectured widely to dental study clubs and societies on a wide variety of subjects related to mastication, tooth anatomy, and TMJ dysfunction.
His broad knowledge and understanding of (science and) human anatomy led to approaching the technology of golf putting from a scientific point of view. By concentrating on the importance of muscle memory he invented a series of patented aids and techniques which use computers and chips to analyze a golfer’s ideal putting stroke. Take-home products teach, through repetition, greater accuracy in the putting stroke and improvement in the ability to aim the ball and read the greens.
Dr. Bittner and his wife Audrey formerly lived in the Lowcountry of South Carolina where he developed the Putting Training System while pursuing his favorite sport golf at the Dataw Island Club. Recently they moved to The Cypress of Charlotte in North Carolina.