Putt like Poults with the CS2 Putting Mat

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IAN POULTER | CS2 PUTTING MAT

Prepare for your next round of golf from the comfort of your own home with the new Ian Poulter-endorsed CS2 Putting Mat.

Following on from the overwhelming success of the Ian Poulter CS2 Putting Aid, the indoor putting surface includes a host of practice features which will enable golfers to perfect their putting stroke.

The Putting Mat has been proven to deliver improvements to two primary putting fundamentals: achieving a consistent stroke path and having a square face at impact.

Adjustable rails can be set for a straight through or arced putting stroke, while the adjustable gates that sit in front of the putt then offer immediate feedback on the direction of the putt and if it has started on the desired line.

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There is also the option to use string alignment, which is a useful sight line that helps you stay over the ball and understand the break of a putt. To add to this feature, the set comes with foam inserts which can be used to change the camber of the matt and mimic breaking putts.

As Ian himself says: “A great putter knows that every putt is a straight putt, it is your pace that will determine whether or not you make the putt.”

Each aspect of the CS2 is adjustable so its training of the fundamentals of putting is applicable at every level of golf and, as golfers become more consistent with their stroke, they can test themselves on more difficult settings.

Ian Poulter CS2 Putting Mat :: More information

The RRP for the CS2 Putting Mat is £59.99. For more information, visit http://www.golftech.at/en/company/proshop/cs2

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