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PUTTIST INC. is pleased to exhibit the world’s first putting meter, “PUTTIST”, which is a time- and cost-effective tool for practicing putts at any distance up to 45 feet (readout can also be in meters) in just 5 feet of space and with just ONE ball. This new putting platform helps you to refine your technique (and evaluate the best new putter on the market!) at home, in the office, anywhere. This new putting platform PUTTIST is the world’s first putting meter, which helps you to easily set a permanent sense of putting distance with the aid of smart sensor technology from the Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology. This innovative digital, portable and rechargeable putting aid will help you eliminate those dreaded 3-putts from your game. Putting is all about practice, and PUTTIST allows you to practice anywhere, indoors or out, in your office, on the road or in your bedroom. Because it’s portable, returns your ball and is so effective, it’s the next best thing to a real green for developing muscle memory in your putting. PUTTIST features digital sensor technology that measures putt distance and gauges direction left or right of center. It allows you set green speed to slow, average and fast (about 8, 10 and 12 on the Stimp meter), guides you on the green, and helps you to monitor your stroke. There are also four kinds of interactive and fun putting lessons onboard that will really motivate you to improve your putting. The TTT lesson is a game in which you putt for distances of 10, 20 and 30 feet with three trials per distance. The 7-putt lesson is a game in which you putt for distances of 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35 and 40 feet with just one attempt per distance. A perfect score of “7” is possible but very challenging!
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