PUTTER LINE TRACER - PLT

PLT

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The PLT is definitely the first tool that allows you to detect the trajectory of your swing, the direction, the deviations from the x and y axis and the elevation of the putter from the ground, leading to a subsequent analysis, interpretation and correction.

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The PLT is definitely the first tool that allows you to detect the trajectory of your swing, the direction, the deviations from the x and y axis and the elevation of the putter from the ground, leading to a subsequent analysis, interpretation and correction. .
After each swing a dark trace remains on the PLT polymer showing the movement of the putter, letting you immediately assess the correctness of the line and the elevation of the club head on the ground throughout the movement. Once analysed the movement, you can easily erase the trace and the PLT is ready to continue the training.
The trace of your swing, drawn on the polymer, gives you an immediate feedback on the quality of the swing and of its consistency.
You will never forget the image of your best swing after each swing a trace is left on the special green polymer showing:
the line of the swing and the elevation of the putter above the ground;
the impact point with the putter face (sweet spot);
the dynamic loft of the putter face:
the angle of the face of the putter at impact (open face, square or closed);
the timing
Your swing will improve significantly in quality, accuracy and consistency. The PLT is an essential tool for players of any level, teachers and during sessions of putt-fitting.

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Jamie Donaldson  presents the Putter Line Tracer

Matteo Delpodio presents the Putter Line Tracer

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PUTTER LINE TRACER - PLT

PUTTER LINE TRACER - PLT

NEW VERSION

The PLT is definitely the first tool that allows you to detect the trajectory of your swing, the direction, the deviations from the x and y axis and the elevation of the putter from the ground, leading to a subsequent analysis, interpretation and correction.

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