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Jim McLean, voted Golf Digest’s # 3 Golf Instructor in the world, calls the Putting Template “fantastic product that I used in my teaching. The template is great and practical.” (2007)
Craig Struve, Cedar Rapids:
In a few short weeks, I am putting so much better. Better line and speed and yesterday, no 3 putts. I have cut three strokes off my score per round. The template has given me a new perspective on ball placement and eye position. It has worked wonders.
Claude Brousseau, PGA Master Professional Director of Instruction Golf Channel Academy, HI
2016 Aloha Section PGA Horton Smith Award Recipient
2015 & 2008 Aloha Section PGA Teacher of the Year
2015-2016 Best Teachers in the State by Golf Digest
2014 Aloha Section PGA Bill Strausbaugh Award Recipient
Also being used by:
PGA Tour Players
Senior PGA Tour Players
LPGA Tour Players
Korn Ferry Tour
Colleges now using the Template
University of Oregon-Casey Martin, Coach (2020)
SMU-Chris Parra, Coach (2020)
USC Women’s Team- (2014)
The concept behind the template is much like a good golf swing, the pure putting stroke should follow the turn of the shoulders. In the putting stroke though, the only body rotation is that of the shoulders & chest. The template concept also involves the grip and arm connection to the upper front portion of the chest. When done properly, and with correct setup, the putter head will follow the arc and face angle lines of the template and return to square at impact. To concept also realizes that the ball must be “struck crisply” on the sweet spot to make the ball roll correct online. The golfer must also aim accurately so that the ball will always start off in the correct direction.
There is no scientific gobbledygook here. The Putting Template is very simple to use. Read the written material provided. Find a flat straight putt of about 3.5 feet. Aim the center line into the center of the cup. Secure the template to the surface with 2 golf tees. Place a ball in the cutout area and follow the curved arc keeping the face square to the arc. Hit the ball on the sweet spot. Putts dive in the hole. Most golfers improve somewhat immediately, but for a lasting effect the template should be used twice a week for about 30 minutes on the green.