December 12, 2017

How to Line Up a Putt Using the SX 1 Point N Putt Putter

Putting is a skill many strive for, but not many achieve. The SX1 Point N Putt visual alignment system uses a simple ‘One Step Alignment Process’ which eliminates alignment flaws common to many golfers. 

  • Gently rest the putter head on the putting green directly behind the golf ball.
  • With a light grip pressure and relaxed body use your right hand (for right hand golfers) to point the Directional Pointer along the intended putting line. Note the ease with which you can definitively line up the putt by using the Directional Pointer as opposed to “generally aim” with other putters.
  • You have now picked the line, so lightly connect your left hand to the putter (right hand for lefties). Then align your feet and shoulders to the line. You are now ready to putt. You will see how easy, natural and positive it is when you just point and putt.

A Secret Golf Putting Tip from the Inventor, Paul O'Donaghue – After pinpointing the putting line with the directional pointer, and with your head directly over the ball, keep it very still and do not look up until you have finished your putting stroke.

You can learn more about the design principals of the SX 1 here.

To purchase the SX 1 Putter click here.




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