Putt Like A Pro

Why is the putting stroke important? Putting makes up 40% of your score on average and for some people it’s an even higher percentage.

For example, let’s say you average 33 putts per round and shoot an 85 on average, then using simple math 33 putting strokes/85 total strokes equals 39% in this example.

So it’s important that you spend a huge chunk of your practice time everyday on putting because this will set you apart from the average golfer and lower your score the most.

In order to get better at putting though, you’ll need to have a solid putting stroke. Otherwise, it will be hard to improve your putting stats if you don’t have a solid fundamental putting stroke because your poor stroke will cause inconsistent putting results. The Par Perfect Putting Mirror is the perfect training aid to improve your alignment, establish your
posture, and learn to putt with confidence.


You might be asking yourself who putts with an arc putting stroke? How about the best players on Tour and just about every Tour player you watch on Sunday. The PAR Perfect Mirror works and works fast! You can dramatically improve your putting and you can do it in your home, your office, or on the practice green. If you want to lower your scores, improve your game, eliminate 3 putts and sink more putts from 6 feet, 10 feet or even 20 feet, than the PAR Perfect mirror is PERFECT for you!


For all the talk of adding 20 yards to your drives, there is a quicker way to shave a few shots off your scores: stop three-putting. The bane of most golfers existence is making it to the green in regulation and failing to putt-out for par or birdie because it took more than two putts. For that reason, putting is perhaps one of the most important areas of the game amateur players should look to improve on the most. The Par Perfect Putting Mirror and shoulder board are the perfect aids to quickly help you shave strokes.

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The Biggest Myth in Putting revealed.

The only mirror training aid that has a patented template that shows you the correct arc of the putting stroke. Par = Path and Release


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