The Perfect Putting Mat (a pro favorite) is 10% off right now

Putting is hard. Really, really hard. You know that. I know that. Everybody knows that.

Becoming a better putter can also be difficult. For some people, the key to improvement is finding a system that works and sticking to it. For others (like Collin Morikawa and Jordan Spieth), the answer lies in forgetting about your “system” and focusing on feel.

So, how do you go about getting better with the flatstick? The only honest answer is that there isn’t one answer. You have to learn your tendencies, your preferences, and the feel of your putter. All of that comes with hours of repetition, and logging hours of repetition takes, well, hours.

But all of this is to say that there is good news. You don’t need a putting green to become a better putter, you don’t even need a lot of space. All you need is the Perfect Putting Mat. This 10-foot contraption is a favorite of Tour players for its alignment and pace-guiding tools built to help you find the proper pace, stroke, and consistency throughout your putting game.

And more good news: the Perfect Putting Mat is now on sale for the holidays through Fairway Jockey. You can pick up 10 percent off on the Perfect Putting Mat, in addition to 10 percent off all custom-built clubs from a verified fitting and 10 percent off all custom aftermarket clubs on Fairway Jockey through the end of the week.

To cash in on the deal (and gain access to Fairway Jockey’s host of other deals), follow the link below. And don’t forget — if you purchase from GOLF’s Pro Shop, you can enjoy a special promotion: Spend $100 on select apparel in GOLF’s Pro Shop and get $20 off your order from 11/25-11/30. So let’s get shopping, and enjoy those savings!

Perfect Putting Mat

9’ 6” x 15” indoor putting surface made with Crystal Velvet TrueRoll Technology with two cups and a natural wood automatic ball return.
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James Colgan is a news and features editor at GOLF, writing stories for the website and magazine. He manages the Hot Mic, GOLF’s media vertical, and utilizes his on-camera experience across the brand’s platforms. Prior to joining GOLF, James graduated from Syracuse University, during which time he was a caddie scholarship recipient (and astute looper) on Long Island, where he is from. He can be reached at