Using Sam PuttLab in putting lessons, we measure 28 different putting parameters in your stroke. This will help you discover the tendencies and consistencies of your putting stroke. Tendencies form the blueprint to your putting stroke. Consistency is how repeatable this motion is. When learning how to putt, this is crucial for you to understand what factors are really affecting your scores.
Both Tendencies and Consistencies are compared to statistics from the PGA Tour averages. This quantitative data will identify weaknesses in your putting stroke that cause high scores. As a result, it provides us with a key area of focus in your putting lessons.
Neuroscience tells us that quantitative feedback accelerates learning much faster than qualitative feedback. Using this data helps golfers understand how the putting stroke mechanics work and how to putt better in golf.
The putting system picks up on the smallest of movements and allows you to develop improvement and training strategies. Sam PuttLab uses ultrasound sensory analysis, far superior to any putting system on the market.
Learning how to putt well in golf is crucial to your scores. An astonishing 43% of your shots in a round of golf consist of putting, and that is at any playing standard. To develop a fundamentally sound putting stroke, it is excellent practice to in a closed environment. Ideally on a straight putt, eliminating some external factors. Tee Box London has a spacious indoor putting green that is 14 feet in length. Eliminating all those outdoor variables so you can work on your putting fundamentals and know the real causes to missed putts. Using Sam PuttLab in our putting lessons we can work on key putting fundamentals:
While working on key putting fundamentals, we can measure your performance using our technology. This will identify changes and improvements throughout your putting lesson. This will accelerate your knowledge on how to putt well in golf by attaching different feels and body motion to Sam PuttLab measurements. Every lesson comes with post lesson reports and feedback.