Available in 9 individual sizes. You may also buy them in bulk or as sets. You can see the white set here or the yellow set here.
eGolfRings golf target rings range in size from 9-inches to 12' in diameter and are the perfect way to focus your putting and short game practice sessions. The traditional way to start is to get an 18-inch (diameter) landing golf target ring along with a 6-foot (diameter) scoring zone ring. Below are the golf target ring sizes with a brief explanation of each:
- 9-inch ring. This is a precision spot target for chipping practice or may be used for putting distance control if you are trying to die the ball into the hole. Available in white.
- 1-foot ring. Still a precision target and also still good for putting distance control. Use as a landing zone or place the ring so it touches the front of the hole when practicing on slower greens. Available in yellow.
- 18-inch ring (1.5-feet). The original golf target ring. Great for intermediate level players or short chip shots with kids when used as a golf target ring. These are also good for lag putting drills as a large 'hole' to putt into or place it so the edge of the ring touches the front of the cup on faster greens as a 'good miss' zone. Available in yellow and white. Very popular.
- 2-foot ring. Usually, the smallest size golf target ring to put around the hole. This golf target ring would be like the outer bulls-eye target where if you don't make it in the hole, it's a tap in. Also good for chipping for beginners as a landing target. Available in yellow.
- 3-foot ring. Part of the white eGolfRing set, this would be the small inner ring if you are using white rings. Available in white.
- 4-foot ring. Part of the yellow eGolfRing set. Recommended as a real challenge if you can already hit it in the 6-foot golf target ring. Available in yellow.
- 6-foot ring. This is the magic golf target ring size and a must have for practicing chip and pitch shots. The eGolfRings started with the idea that if you can get your ball inside a 6' ring, that leaves you 3' or less for your putt, which statistically most players can make. Whatever you choose, this is one ring size you don't want to miss. Available in white and yellow.
- 8-foot ring. For beginning to intermediate players trying to work their way down to getting the ball inside the 6-foot ring, this 8' diameter ring provides a moderate challenge and is good as an outer zone if you are doing a point system for scoring your shots. Available in yellow.
- 12-foot ring. The largest golf target ring we offer, the 12-foot ring can be considered the 1-point zone for skills challenges. Not great, but still worth a point and close enough you can still save par. Available in white.
Why so many eGolfRings? Anyone who was using the original 6-foot golf target circles always wanted one size bigger or one size smaller. We received so many requests we first made the 3-foot ring, then the 12-foot ring, and so on. Our suggestion is this. At a minimum, you will want an 18-inch and 6-foot ring, but if you want a bigger challenge and more motivation to practice, get one of our sets.
The WHITE eGolfRing set features the following sizes: 18-inch, 3-foot, 6-foot, 12-foot. Notice that the rings double in size each time. This configuration would be recommended for the average golfer, where the 18-inch ring is used as a landing target to get the ball to roll into the 3, 6, or 12-foot rings. Your scoring challenge might be 10-points if the ball goes in the hole, 5 points inside the 3-foot ring, 3-points inside the 6-foot ring and one point inside the 12-foot ring. The WHITE eGolfRing set comes with a large green nylon carry bag.
The YELLOW eGolfRing set features even-numbered rings. The 1-foot ring would be the landing ring and the 2-foot, 4-foot and 8-foot rings would go around the hole. The YELLOW set is intended for advanced level players, and like the white rings, double in size and may be used for scoring challenges. The YELLOW set comes with a medium green drawstring bag.
The eGolfRing is the short game practice aid that no golfer wants to share. The genius of the eGolfRing short game practice system is in its simplicity.
- The original eGolfRing was a 6-foot diameter ring that provided a visual target around the hole. Anything ending up inside the 6' circle left you less than 3' to the cup - a statistically makeable putt!
- It is so thin the ball rolls right over it without altering speed or direction.
- It is the only golf practice aid that gives golfers instant feedback with 100% accuracy.
The eGolfRing enables golfers of every age and skill level to effectively put short game techniques into action by providing the appropriate visual target to "groove" the chip, pitch or putt by. Most importantly, the eGolfRing makes practicing your short game fun! Regular users talk about it being a "game within the game". The eGolfRing will change the way you learn to lower your scores and increase your confidence. The eGolfRing is being used by some of the biggest names in teaching and tour golf each time they practice. Isn't it time to put it into action for you? The eGolfRing…It’s a Game Changer!
We now sell individual rings to give you maximum flexibility on how you want to set up your short game area. For example, put one 6' ring around the hole but have five 18" landing stations around the green. Create a game for kids where the 12' circles are the green. Use the 3-foot rings for lag putting drills, the 18" rings for putting distance control and the 9' ring for extra precision for both chipping and putting.
Note: If you get more than a couple of rings we would recommend the eGolfRing carry bag. It is a nice green nylon drawstring bag to store your rings. Get the large size for white rings or the medium size to store yellow rings.
One of many eGolfRing success stories!
NCAA Division III National Champions
My name is Jim Owen and I am the Director of Men’s and Women's Golf at Oglethorpe University in Atlanta, Georgia. I was one of the first college coaches to recognize the unique practice benefits that the eGolfRing could bring to our short game efficiency. The discovery of the eGolfRing led to our incredible success this season.
In May of 2009 Oglethorpe won the NCAA Division III National Championship at the PGA Village in Port St. Lucie, Florida. Our team has used the eGolfRing for the past year and watched our short game statistics improve dramatically. We have always spent 75% of our practice time on our short game. We just had never had a portable target area as easy to use, easy to carry to practice, or economical as the eGolfRing. It can be used in every drill you use around the green. It gives you immediate results you can visualize while you work. The eGolfRing provides quantifiable results.
The eGolfRing has proven useful as a short game tool for chipping and pitching as well as a great target radius for bunker play. I have found it especially useful as a putting target. The six-foot eGolfRing radius laid around the cup gives a player a realistic three-foot circle around the hole which gives your mind's eye a comfortable target to lag the ball into on long putts.
My team at Oglethorpe led the nation in 2008-09 in Division III in Total Short Game (non-sand & sand saves combined) at a spectacular .519. As a team, we got up & down 3.5 out of 6.0 opportunities per round per player. We also finished 2nd nationally in Putts on Greens in Regulation at 1.885.
At the 2009 NCAA National Championship, our short game success was 96 of 149 (65%) for our five players over the four days of the Championship.
When people asked what led us to victory my answer was always we hit our share of fairways and greens. However, I would add, we separated ourselves from the top of the field with our ability to get the ball up and down around the greens on the unforgiving Pete Dye Course at PGA Village. We were able to get two of three shots up and down when most teams in the top five were getting two of four up & down!! The eGolfRing helped us bring home the first NCAA National Championship for Oglethorpe University! Thanks, eGolfRing!
Jim Owen Head Men's and Women's Golf Coach Oglethorpe University