Putting Training Aid


(2 customer reviews)

Putting Training Aid

  • Improve your putting stroke with this creative and patented design.
  • Easily installs on your putter. Easy to remove too.
  • Reusable Installation tape is included.
  • Includes convenient carrying case.
  • Made from industrial-strength aluminum for durability.
  • Learn to keep your putter face square to the ball.
  • Learn to strike the “sweet spot” every time.


Discussion of the Design

The length of the putting aid is equivalent to the diameter of most golf balls (1.68 inches) to help with ball alignment.  The angled surfaces make the training aid very sensitive to the putter face being open or closed upon ball impact.  This is the part of the design that trains you to be “square” at ball impact.  This will also train you to stay square at backstroke and release.  The alignment marks on the aid are used in conjunction with the alignment marks on your putter to help ensure you are striking the “sweet spot”.

We use aluminum as our material.  The grade we use is strong and aluminum is light weight and resists corrosion.

The Putting Training Aid Story

The 100% Pure Stroke® Putting Training Aid was originally invented by Mr. George Nehbras.  Mr. Nehbras was an avid golfer and even played on a college golf team.  He has a creative mind and a desire to help golfers improve their putting game.  We purchased the rights to the training aid in 2017.  We thank Mr. Nehbras for his creativity and give him credit for this invention.

Download Putting Aid Instructions Here

Additional information

Weight 1.2 oz
Dimensions 3 × 3.625 × .5 in

2 reviews for Putting Training Aid

  1. Terry Wessel

    I purchased the pure stroke training aid about 2 months ago and started practicing my putting. This putting training aid is absolutely unbelievable at insuring I make a pure and consistent stroke on the ball. I would HIGHLY recommend this training aid for anyone wanting to help lower their scores going in to this golf season…..It really helped my putting and gave me an enormous amount of confidence now when I play.

  2. Tyler

    I won a nice TaylorMade putter at a scramble and started playing with it, only to start putting badly. I liked the idea of having this putter in my bag, so to get better with it, I invested in this training aid. After, several practice sessions with it, I was hitting the purest putts of my life. How much would you pay for a golf lesson? At $20, this seems like a bargain.

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