putter fitting

Putter Fitting & Technique Assessment

At Precision Golf, our putter fitting experience provides the biggest impact on your score. The fitting process takes you through all the variables that impact your putting. This will help you make a decision on the putter that not only suits your budget but also helps you to improve your on-green performance.

Putter Fitting

Putting accounts for the most shots hit with the one club in a round of golf. With this in mind understanding your putting stroke and the type of putter that suits your individual specifications can shave shots off your game instantaneously.

Our putting studio uses the Flightscope x3 Fusion tracker, the swing catalyst balance plate and up to 4 high-speed cameras assessing your putting stroke from all angles.

The FlightScope x3 fusion tracker provides the following data measurements for your putter fitting:

  • putter face angle at impact
  • putter face angle at takeaway
  • ball-strike position on the clubface
  • ball speed profile from the putter face over the full distance of the putting surface
  • ball horizontal trajectory from the putter face over the full distance of the putting surface
  • ball vertical trajectory from the putter face over the full distance of the putting surface, bounce, as well as smoothness of the ball travel
  • ball deceleration profile, showing the regions where the ball was airborne, skidding and rolling over

Analysis of this data helps us analyse your current putter and help select a putter for your individual stroke.

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putter lesson

Putter Lesson & Technique Assessment

If you are happy with your current putter but you feel like you can still improve your stroke Book in for putting lesson with Brad McIntosh.

Our putting studio uses the Flightscope x3 Fusion tracker, the swing catalyst balance plate and up to 4 high-speed cameras assessing your stroke from all angles.

The FlightScope x3 fusion tracker provides the following data measurements for your putter lesson:

  • putter face angle at impact
  • putter face angle at takeaway
  • ball-strike position on the clubface
  • ball speed profile from the putter face over the full distance of the putting surface
  • ball horizontal trajectory from the putter face over the full distance of the putting surface
  • ball vertical trajectory from the putter face over the full distance of the putting surface, bounce, as well as smoothness of the ball travel
  • ball deceleration profile, showing the regions where the ball was airborne, skidding and rolling over

Analysis of this data then defines the precise club specifications you need to optimise the performance of your putting stroke.