• PNP Golf Tip - Getting Putts Started on the Proper Line with Good Aim

October 11, 2017

PGA Teaching professional Todd Kolb, teaches us how to get putts started on the proper line with good aim using the SX1 Putter by PNP Golf. With a balanced face and weighting on the heel, toe and behind, the SX1 is perfect for assisting aim.

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