The More Pars Roll Board designed by EvenRoll takes the guesswork out of line and loft on the green. For a consistent roll, it is paramount to present the putter at the right loft. If you add loft (hit up) or takeaway loft (hit down), you will struggle with direction and speed. The ball (due to earth’s gravity) sits in a tiny divot.
PUTTERWHEEL Let’s you know if you are the correct distance from the ball. You do not want to see any red once in your address position. From there, roll it without any wobble. Pay attention to right after impact. That is the indicator.
ROLLBOARD Position the RollBoard toward the hole (20ft putt). With your hand, brush the board’s velvet toward the Start Line. Place the ball on the Start Line and in the center (from left to right). Make your putt and then review your roll line.
LOFT INDICATOR Your roll line should be continuous and even. If you see gaps between the line, you know you added too much loft or hit down on the ball (which also creates big gaps).
FACE ORIENTATION The mark that you create with your roll clearly shows you whether your face was square, open or closed. The roll line should be center-cut. If the line is too left or right you’ll clearly know if your face was open or closed at impact.
- Line of SIGHT The narrow width of the PutterWheel's patent pending shape trains your eye to see a direct track to the hole.
- SETUP The PutterWheel's red sidewalls help you align your body and distance to the ball so that your eyes are always directly above it. See red and you know you are too close or too far from the ball.
- STROKE Feedback Training: The PutterWheel AMPLIFIES any error in your putting stroke by wobbling and curving off your clubface.
We need about 2.5 degrees of loft at impact to get the ball out of the divot and then rolling smooth end over end. Plus, with the mark from the board after you putt, you can clearly see whether your face was square. The line should be center0cut. If the line is too left or right you’ll clearly know if your face ws open or closed at impact. The More Pars Roll Board makes practice fun and measurable!
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