This best-selling putting aid makes for a great holiday gift

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This putting laser identifies your alignment inconsistencies.


Ready to purchase the gift that keeps on giving?

If you or a golf-loving friend or family member could use a little TLC on the greens, there’s one best-selling training aid that’s sure to be a big hit this holiday season: Short Game Gains’ Precision Putting Laser.

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By: Jessica Marksbury

This nifty device attaches to your putter or the included tripod, and a laser gives you a clear view of your aim and any inconsistencies in your alignment and stroke.

It’s the perfect gift for someone who wants to work on their game indoors, especially during the winter months.

Give the gift of a better game by tapping here or by clicking the link below to add it to your cart. Want more holiday gift ideas? Check all of the popular training aids Fairway Jockey has to offer here.

Short Game Gains Precision Putting Laser

Think of yourself as a Sniper, and your putter is the  badass modified rifle that helps you lock on to your target. Our Precision Putting Laser goes on top of your weapon (the putter) and shows you EXACTLY how to perfect your aim, so you can feel more confident pulling that trigger. As we already know, 97% of players suck at aiming (see: Accurate Aim Kit) and if your aim is poor, you’ll have to make adjustments throughout the stroke to get the putter face aimed down the correct line in time for impact. This leads to inconsistencies and missed putts. The PPL comes with a tripod as well, which allows you to create a sort of “chalk line”- but this chalk line won’t ruin your hardwood floors. Click the Laser onto the tripod, align it with your target, and you have a clear visual of the line you’re trying to hit. *This laser is designed for indoor use, and is not visible in bright outdoor light*
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