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Comment from: PRO TOUR CARD [Visitor] Email
With all due respect, most of the putting aids on the market are flawed in one regard or another. For example, training aids such as the Putting Arc, Stan Utley?s Learning curve, Putting Plane System, Hi-Tec putting track, Accu-stroke, Clear track, Arc Glider and many more are not only big and bulky, they force golfers of all sizes, shapes and skill levels to use the same stroke. Over the years as a professional golf instructor, I have taught hundreds of golfers and I have seen dozens of individually unique putting styles. I know that it is physically impractical to expect an eleven year old to have the same stroke as a six foot five man. Throughout history, some of the greatest putters in the world have had very unorthodox putting strokes. The most important thing in putting is to deliver the putter face square to your intended line at impact, with the proper speed.
The PRO TOUR CARD is the only golf training aid in the world that combines all of these benefits and many more, at a fraction of the cost; while easily fitting into your pocket or golf bag. My goal was to create a product which proves that golf training aids don?t have to be expensive to be effective.
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03/29/09 @ 14:11
Comment from: DSimpson [Visitor] Email
What an incredible opportunity to get up close and personal with (argueably) the best player to ever play the game !!! Thanks for making us all feel like we are "inside the ropes". I would love to see Jack(in the twilight of his architecture career ?) build some great public daily fee courses for under $50 !!!! He has designed many great tracks that many of us will never have a chance to play !!! What a shame !!!
03/29/09 @ 17:26

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