Puttron Perfection

Puttron Perfection

Putting Aids


PUTTron Perfection shows you the exact moment your putter face is square.

Did you know that the ball influences the optics of how you see face alignment? Did you know you will see alignment differently with different putters and different lengths or lie angle of putter? Many of these factors relate to your setup and and eye position in relation to your aimline.

PUTTron Perfection is the finest putting alignment indicator on the market. It uses an infrared alignment system that will let you know exactly when your putter is properly aligned to the target by:

  • Sounding a steady "beep" tone or
  • Emitting a green alignment indicator light.

The only thing you need to do is affix a small mirror to the toe of your own putter and and you're on your way to sinking more putts. You will learn to 'see square' from 3-feet to 30-feet. The great thing about PUTTron Perfection when compared with putting lasers is that you can see it and use it outdoors.

QUOTE: "Research shows that 97% of golfers are not aimed close to where they think they are. PUTTron Perfection gives you the training and confidence to use any putter and use it well." - Bob Murphy

In addition to Bob's testimonial, we have found during our testing that people aim differently from different distances. This is important because if you are pushing your 3' putts slightly to square the face at impact, hitting your 8' foot putts straight and pulling your 12' putts, you will automatically compensate if you think your are a different distance than you actually are. In other words if you typically practice 6' and 12' putts, 50 in a row, you will learn how to adjust and make a lot of those putts. But your first putt is the most telling! If you have what you think is a 12' putt but it is actually a 13' putt you will compensate slightly differently and may miss the putt. This is very common and the only way to compensate for this effect is to learn SQUARE, SQUARE, SQUARE. PUTTron Perfection will teach ANY player when the face is square whether they are a beginner or a tour pro.