Summer is well and truly here. Time for the golfers to shake off the cobwebs, or to show what they learned in the long cold months, shivering on the fairways and greens! As any golfer knows, from a tour card holder, to a summer golfer, the green is where shots are dropped the most. For anyone looking for the most effective way to shave a few strokes off the card, the putter is the tool to focus on.

Whilst there are numerous swing analysis systems available to buy for the club golfer to measure their performance from the tee, there has been nothing of note to either measure or give personalised instruction on the most important part of the game – putting – until the advent of HOLE MORE PUTTS™.

Officially launched at the Open Championship in Troon last weekend, HOLE MORE PUTTS™ is an iPad type tablet and patented infrared technology, that  measures the five key elements of the putting stroke – face angle, impact point, path, angle of attack and speed. This hardware provides instant analysis of the stroke on a hi visibility screen in the top right hand corner of the tablet, giving the golfer actionable feedback and advice.

Dave Kearney, head PGA Professional at Grange Golf Club in Dublin, and High Performance Director for the Irish Ladies Union, believes that all golfers will see instant improvements from regular use of HOLE MORE PUTTS.

“Without feedback, players don’t know if they’re practicing a good habit or just repeating a bad one. Without solutions and drills, they won’t know what to practice to improve.

Requiring no set up, and very little space, HOLE MORE PUTTS™ can be used indoors and outdoors, at home or in the office, to improve putting performance. Ongoing use will help golfers of all standards to build a clear picture of their putting strengths and weaknesses, to develop a stroke that is effective time after time.

HOLE MORE PUTTS™ will be available in the UK from leading golf retailers, as well as online in the coming months.

Please visit http://www.holemoreputts.com for full details on the latest in Irish golfing innovation.

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