Perfect putting with Poulter

Fans of the Ian Poulter CS2 Putting Aid can now get ready for the new season in the comfort of their own home with the Ian Poulter CS2 Putting Mat. As well as an indoor putting surface, the new incarnation of CS2 includes a variety of practice features that will enable golfers to perfect their putting stroke.  The CS2 is extremely versatile and, just like its predecessor, focuses on the fundamentals of putting – consistent stroke path and a square face at impact. 

Incorporating the CS2 and the 30 minute routine devised by Ian Poulter and his designers into a golfers practice will deliver improvements to these two primary putting fundamentals. The easily adjustable rails through which the putter passes can be set for a straight through or an arced putting stroke, honing a consistent stroke and delivery of a square face at impact. The adjustable gates that sit in front of the putt then offer immediate feedback on the direction of the putt and if it has started on the desired line.

There is also the option to use string alignment, which is a useful sight line that helps you stay over the ball and understand the break of a putt. To add to this feature, the set comes with foam inserts which can be used to change the camber of the mat and mimic breaking putts. As Ian himself says, “A great putter knows that every putt is a straight putt, it is your pace that will determine whether or not you make the putt.”

Each aspect of the CS2 is adjustable so its training of the fundamentals of putting is applicable at every level of golf and as golfers become more consistent with their stroke they can test themselves on more difficult settings.

 The new CS2 Putting Matt will retail at £59.99

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