Putting Arc MS3
- The MSIII is made of durable plastic, weighs only 2 pounds, and is 33 inches long
- The design of the Putting Arc is protected by U.S. Patent Number 6,561,920 B1 and the Putting Arc is a registered trademark.
- The mid-size MSIII was designed to provide a lighter, waterproof version of the heavy, wooden Original Putting Arc. It has the exact same usable area as the Deluxe but it weighs only two pounds, two ounces pounds versus the seven pounds of the Deluxe. Originally it came out in a black version, and a few years later it was, and still is manufactured in a bright yellow version.
- The MSIII has been a very popular putting aid for the top touring pros around the world, the top amateurs, and the best college players over the years. Its weight and non-slip pads on the bottom allow it to be used indoors, even on a hard surface floor. It can also be used outdoors and can be seen during practice greens at almost every pro event around the world.
- Proper use of the MSIII will help you create a putting stroke in which the putter head moves inside-to-square-to-inside on a very precise arc, and the face of the putter ALWAYS stays square to that arc.
The Putting Arc Works Because
- The Putting Arc stroke is based upon natural body movement which can be quickly learned and repeated. Results can be seen in minutes and the stroke can be mastered in days. Thousands of repetitions are not required to show a marked improvement.
- The putter is always ‘on plane’ as the putter head travels in a perfect arc determined by the elliptical plane that projects from a point between your shoulders to the back of the ball. If your putter face is square and the ball contacts the sweet spot of the putter, the ball will travel precisely down the aim line each and every time.
- Learn consistent setup and ball placement, then all you need to do is ride the heel of the putter along the Putting Arc and focus on ensuring the putter face is square to your aim line. The Arc Glider can lock the face square (perpendicular to the track) if you want to be certain or are just learning this fundamental.
- In this perfect putting stroke, there is only one moving part. The hands, arms, and shoulders rotate as one unit. No manipulation of the hands or arms is required to follow the correct path with a correct clubface; it happens automatically