Putting at Home

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ButchGannButchGann  11Members Posts: 11
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What do you generally putt to (or at) when you are putting at home? Last night, I tossed down one of the flat cardboard coasters you get at the restaurants and it worked pretty good. I liked it because it didn't have a lip you had to roll the ball over.



  • MooJerseyMooJersey Maryland 589Members Posts: 589
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    Big Moss Putting green, worth the investment. Have had mine over a year and I love it. I have the Augusta model.

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  • dlow206dlow206  123Members Posts: 123
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    I bought the Birdie Ball putting green recently

  • HoosierMizunoHoosierMizuno  3460Members Posts: 3,460
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    putt out is nice because it returns the ball. big moss putting mats have a new version 2 that is now shipping. thicker better quality backing.

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  • Cottonseed.Cottonseed.  211Members Posts: 211
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    Putt Out has helped me a lot. Get one.

  • ThornbrughThornbrugh  80Members Posts: 80
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    I have a Birdieball and Puttout and enjoy them both. I try to mix it up and rotate between the two. I can't leave them out because I have two kids under 4 that like to mess with them, so I tend to use the Puttout more often since it is easy to rollup and putaway.

  • andrueandrue  1370Members Posts: 1,370
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    I use something like this although mine isn't adjustable. The most important feature is the mat since carpets are usually a lot faster than greens. I used to practice on carpet and kept leaving putts short on greens. But the slope helps as well as does having one hole below regulation size. The ball return is also very useful. Most other aids force you to walk and get the ball or else penalise misses by leaving the ball hidden under furniture. With this 'puppy' you can just stand and putt and the ball nearly always returns to you whether you make the putt or not.

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  • buntabunta  735Members Posts: 735
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    Funny thing about these putting mats and these putting aids/gadgets is that i can make 20 straight 4-5 footers without much of a focus. I go out to the course, id be lucky to make half of them. Smh.

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  • StetsonStetson  2572Members Posts: 2,572
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    Big Moss, Boomerang and putting mirror

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  • WarrickWarrick  10722ClubWRX Posts: 10,722
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    @MooJersey said:
    Big Moss Putting green, worth the investment. Have had mine over a year and I love it. I have the Augusta model.


    Had one for 2 years, am a better putter now, practice that stroke, hit thousands each winter

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  • James the Hogan FanJames the Hogan Fan  846Members Posts: 846
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    Make a 'course' in your living room (if you have a carpet). Stand in the middle of the room and pick objects to shoot at. Tv stand leg, coffee table leg, sofa foot, doorjam, etc. Then just putt. For challenges, pick stuff off the carpet that requires focusing on a spot/speed where the carpet edge will feed to the target. Great for getting you to look away from the hole when lining up breaking putts.

    Best part is you already have all you need.

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  • TreyMacTreyMac Toronto, Canada 9Members Posts: 9
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    I've been using a SKLZ Accelerator Pro 2.0 putting mat, trying to make 30 putts a day with it....don't ask how many attempts that takes...

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