Advanced Putting Tips for When You’re Rolling It Straight


Once you have a repeatable putting stroke, your ability to master the greens… We’re biased, but we love the 100% Pure Stroke® Golf Putting Training Aid for one reason – it dials in the most basic and required of putting skills. You can’t be an effective putter without consistently striking the ball with a squared…

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Why the Ideal Putter Training Aid Transcends Putter Style


In October 2001, Paul Lawrie became one of the first touring professionals to win a tournament with a mallet-style putter in the bag. He won the Dunhill Links Championship using the popular Odyssey 2-Ball putter. From that time forward, mallets were all the rage. Other putting revolutions have happened along the way – the move…

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Build Your Quick Putting Practice Routine


You show up to the range – either before a round or on your own for practice. You see the practice green, you know putting is important, but you don’t know where to start. Do I spend time putting from 10 feet from the cup or more? Do I spend time hitting just outside of…

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A Revolution Needs to Begin at the Other End of the Putter

Putting Revolutions

Earlier this decade, oversized putting grips hit the PGA Tour stage, and then the recreational scene. Today, manufacturers put them on putters as a stock grip. Oversized putter grips are definitely here to stay. The grips, which grew in popularity after Phil Mickelson’s 2013 British Open win at Muirfield, quiet the hands and wrists to…

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Three Great Golf Gifts for Father’s Day

If your Father loves golf, you’ve likely searched for that perfect golf gift before. Maybe you found it. Maybe you were overwhelmed by the options. Our expert golfing dads at the Pure Stroke Golf offices came up with a list of three great gift ideas that you can consider this upcoming Father’s Day. 1. Give…

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Three Signs You Need a Putting Training Aid

Spring is the season when many golfers get out for their first rounds of the year. They shake the dust off their clubs, but unfortunately, parts of their game still have cobwebs. It’s not uncommon to hear golfers discuss the short game taking the longest time to come back after time away. Putts don’t go…

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