We did an experiment with a half a dozen golfers at The Short Course at Mountain Shadows in Scottsdale Arizona. We were able to get accurate and actionable data on Launch Direction, Ball Speed, Speed Drop, Roll Speed, Skid Distance, Roll Percentage, Total Distance and even Effective Stimp. In our nine-hole experiment, they gained an average of 2.4 strokes per golfer.

Go ahead and do the math for 18 holes. Yep, that’s a reduction of nearly 5 shots each.

Putting is about feel. Of that there is no denying, and this does not replace the requirement for golfers to work on their touch on the greens. However, what you have here is a new way of quantifying and analyzing you're putting.

The Par Perfect Mirror takes the guesswork out of it. You can make changes to your stroke and instantly see what the result is on the roll of the ball. This is an incredibly powerful tool in helping you Putt better.

TEST DATA RESULTS

Take a look at the data from our test groups.

You can see in all cases that the face angles improved on average approaching square by very significant margins compared to not using the board.

This was done on a Quintic ball roll system and is very accurate. It was also an IMMEDIATE improvement in all test cases.

PLAYER 1

In the first test, Player 1 had an average face angle of 1.59 degrees. After using the board for 10 minutes, player 1 had an average face angle of 0.00.

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PLAYER 2

Player 2 had an average face angle of -0.59 degrees. After using the board for 10 minutes, player 2 had an average face angle of -0.19.

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PLAYER 3

Player 3 had an average face angle of 1.24 degrees. After using the board for 10 minutes, player 3 had an average face angle of -0.20 degrees.

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PLAYER 4

Player 4 had an average face angle of 1.10 degrees. After using the board for 10 minutes, player 4 had an average face angle of -0.19 degrees.

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