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Robotic System Training Opportunities

For The Golf Equipment Company

The innovative robotic putter and other products of the Putting Robotic Training System will greatly expand your products line. From take-home products to the revolutionary robotic putter, the system can be a one-stop shop.
YOUR NAME could be on the testing and playing equipment, all with U.S. patents (10 in total).
See separate sheet for list of patents, all of which are available on the Internet.

Benefits

  • The prospective manufacturer(s) of the robotic putter and the system’s products will have exclusive rights of sale to all products.
  • Consistent putts with the robotic mechanism allow for testing the accuracy and custom fitting of various clubs.
  • The robot’s consistency accurately demonstrates the performance of different golf balls for varying conditions.
  • This revolutionary putting system and equipment will capture the attention of buyers in club pro-shops and sports store retailers.
  • Sales volumes from the robotic and other products should generate sizeable gains in revenue.

Be the Exclusive Manufacturer of the Robotic Putter And System Products!

Be the Wholesale Buyer of the Robotic Putter And System Products for Retail Sales!

For the Golf Professional

The putting robotic training system offers a totally new and revolutionary way to teach putting. Using scientific methods for measurements of success, you can customize and retain indefinitely actual putting strokes that are most effective for each and every golfer for different putt lengths. A benchmark is established for each attempted putt. Errors in aim are differentiated from errors in stroke so that the correct putting pathway can be determined.

Features

  • The robotic putter is a powerful, one-of-kind, analytical training tool for both professional and amateur golfer.
  • Various packages are available according to skill sets and demands.
  • Feedback is immediate so that corrections can be made instantaneously.
  • The system is more effective and comprehensive than films or other training aids and should greatly enhance your putting lessons.
  • Numerous take-home products are available.
  • A variety of putting clubs may be inserted in the robot.
  • Robotic putting consistency can determine the desirable golf ball to use under varying conditions.
  • In the pipeline is a patented putter with accelerometers in the club head that can record a round of golf. This stored information of various putting strokes may be played back later on a computer.

For the Golfer

A golfer’s ideal, preferred putting stroke is determined and recorded by the robotic putter’s grid box recorder.

This recording is then replicated for the robotic putter which is capable of repeating over and over the same successful putt. The golfer sets the aim of the robotic putter for his putt (for varying lengths). When eight or nine out of 10 putts on the robotic putter are successful, a benchmark has been created for training and practice. The golfer can now measure his progress against this proven benchmark.

Benefits

 

  • Putting with the robot rapidly corrects an imperfect stroke and develops muscle memory for most putting distances and directions.
  • An aiming device on the robot, set manually, helps train the eye for accuracy for each newly attempted putt.
  • The robot’s consistent stroke teaches and confirms how accurately the golfer reads the greens, including the analysis of aim for breaking putts.
  • Numerous take-home products are available, including the robotic putter.
  • For more advanced training: Putting next to the robot can be assisted by a plastic insert that shows the preferred recording of the golfer’s stroke.
  • Positive and satisfying results with fewer putts are possible for any level of skill.

    THREE PUTTS BECOME TWO!
    TWO BECOME ONE!

    Grid Boxes

    Grid Box 1617

    Grid Box 1 with Tablet Computers

    A. Grid Box 1 (GB 1) – contains tablet computers for recording a golfer’s preferred putting path.

    B. Tablet Computers – pictured here are two I-pads that record the putter’s strokes. A wide selection of technology is also available for this procedure. (see Patents for details.)

    C. Recorded Lines on the Tablets – represent the preferred putting path for each golfer. With the recording of as many strokes as is necessary, the successful preferred putting path is established.

    D. Scriber/Tracing device – is an attachment interchangeable with a variety of putting clubs and records the putter’s strokes on the tablet computers.

    E. Inner Adjustable Wall – may be adjusted for any putting stroke because of its flexibility. The toe of the club follows the wall with consistent accuracy so that muscle memory is enhanced.
    F. Aiming Device – aids in lining up the proper stroke direction for different contours on greens.

    Grid Box 2 with Plastic Insert

    A.  Grid Box 2 (GB2) – actually the same as GB1 except that the computers have been replaced by a plastic insert with red, recorded lines that are a guide for the preferred path for the putter which now has an electronic attachment affixed to it as defined below in letter D.
    B.  Plastic insert – replaces the computer tablets and can be removed from GB2 and taken anywhere for practice without the box (see next picture).
    C.  Red Reflective Metallic Lines – represent the preferred putting path that the golfer had recorded on the computer tablets.
    D.  Putter with an Electronic Attachment – replaces the scriber/tracer on the putter. It can read the red metallic lines on the insert and by flashing LEDs discern if the putt is deviating from the preferred putting path.
    E.  White and Red LED Lights – are activated by the electronic attachment. When the white LED lights are activated and stay lit (in the picture) , the preferred putting path is being followed accurately. When the red LEDs light up (not lit in the picture), there is an aberration from the preferred putting path.
    F.  Inner Adjustable Wall – may be adjusted for any putting stroke because of its flexibility. The toe of the club follows the wall with consistent accuracy so that muscle memory is enhanced.
    G.  Aiming Device – aids in lining up the proper stroke direction.

                 Grid Box 2 with Plastic Insert Removed

     A.  Grid Box 2 (GB2) – has had the plastic insert removed and is not needed for practice at this time.

    B.   Plastic Insert  – has been removed from GB2 and can be used alone for practice anywhere, on any green, or even on a living room floor.

    C.   Red, Reflective Metallic Lines – represent the preferred putting path that the golfer had recorded on the computer tablets.

    D.   Electronic Attachment – replaces the scriber/tracer on the putter.  It can read the red, metallic lines on the insert and by flashing LEDs discern where the putt is deviating from the preferred putting path.

    E.     White and Red LED Lights – are activated by the electronic attachment.   When the white LED lights are activated and stay lit  (in the picture), the preferred putting path is being followed accurately. When the red LEDs light up (not lit in the picture), there is an aberration from the preferred putting path.

    Putter P4  

    (Patented and Under Construction)

    P4 (as seen below), entitled “Putter Path Detection and Analysis” in U.S. Patent # 8,616,993, is a complete system in just one electronic attachment. 

    The electronic component on the putter head contains accelerometers and proprietary circuitry capable of retaining in its memory the preferred putting stroke for each individual golfer. At a later time the actual putting strokes during play can be compared on a lap top computer with the preferred putting stroke. (See Section 8, under Claims, Nos. 1 – 20, in U.S. patent #8,616,993, under Patents.)

    During play, variations from the preferred putting stroke that deviate from the preferred putting path are displayed immediately on the array of LEDs on the face of the electronic attachment. 

    A. Horizontal five LEDs should all be white when initiating a putting procedure. Activation of the electronics by a switch on the handle of the club is activated after the club is aimed at the golf cup target for a successful putt. Upon completion of the putt when the club strikes the ball all five white LEDs should be in the white mode. This confirms that the club head has returned to the original aimed position. Any LEDs in line A that are red upon completion of the club striking the ball indicates the possibility of error of the preferred putting pathway.

    B. Line B horizontal five LEDs will turn red when torquing or a misalignment takes place at the initiation of the putt or its completion.

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    a.    Vertical line (a) alerts the golfer when the stroke is inside of the preferred putting path.

    b.    Vertical line (b) has memorized your preferred putting path embedded in the clubs memory and if any of the LEDs turn red during your stroke it indicates a variation of your club from its preferred path. It is possible at any time during the entire stroke cycle that one or more of these LEDs can go from white to red and red to white as variations occur during the stroke.

    c.  Vertical line (c) alerts the golfer when the stroke is outside or away from the preferred putting path.

    ONE LAST STEP – A ROBOTIC PUTTER SYSTEM

    One last step is a ROBOTIC PUTTING SYSTEM that is capable of replicating an individual golfer’s putting stroke. The Claims within the patent describe how the robot reproduces the golfer’s stroke with consistency. This product teaches the golfer how to read greens and enhances his overall putting performance.

    The details can be found below.