The Accuracy Of A Marksman Comes From A Sightline And A Laser
If you want to lower scores, you must do it with the club you hit 43% of
your shots with. Putting lab results show that your aim or face angle is 4
times more important than your stroke path. Results also indicate that the
average golfer can not line up a 6 ft putt. The average golfer does not set
up correctly, aim correctly, or practice correctly. The leading instructors
all teach that you must get your eyes over the aim line and set up consistently
if you want any hope of putting better.
The patented sight-line technology in the dead aim putter will not only get
your eyes over the aim line every time (by matching the top line to the bottom
line), it will also give you immediate feedback as to if your hands and body
are in the correct position by keeping the dot in the dead center. Once you
are set up correctly and consistently, you can learn and develop a proper
stroke. BUT...you must learn how to aim like the pros.
The dead aim putter is the only putter with the patented technology to drop
in precision training devices that allow you to practice perfectly. Our studies
show that by practicing with dead aim's laser attachment, golfers improve
their aim by over 30%. The confidence realized by setting up correctly and
aiming correctly leads to more putts finding the hole.
Dead Aim Alignment Putters features:
Unique Sightline Technology frames alignment with pinpoint accuracy
Positions a golfer with proper body and eye position recommended by top
Laser attachment gives feedback and trains your eyes to aim with precision
Putter conforms to USGA Rules (without laser training aid)
431 stainless steel for a soft feel and solid roll
Winn grip provides comfortable feel
Lengths: 33 Inch • 34 Inch • 35 Inch
Available in left- and right-hand
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Pros Take Dead Aim, So Should You
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