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The gift of a great putting technique

Learn and practice the technique used by Tiger Woods to win eighty Tour events including 14 Major titles
It worked for him. It will work for you. Guaranteed !

The Four Steps To Becoming Consistently Good On The Greens

The Gimmee simplifies what should be the simplest part of the game. It will teach you everything you need to become a really good putter – all without a single, technical instruction.

1. Fix The No.1 Score Wrecker

The Gimmee’s unique ‘laser-like’ beam will give you the instant visual feedback necessary to overcome golf’s most destructive fault – ‘head movement‘.

2. Develop A Pro Technique

Develop the technique used by Tiger Woods in his prime and now used by the Tour’s best putter, Jason Day.

3. Practice CAN Make Perfect . . If . . . .

. .  you learn and practice the technique that the Gimmee teaches – the one used by two of the best putters that have ever played the game.

4. Get In The ‘Zone’.

University studies clearly prove that focusing your eye on exactly the right spot – at the right time – leads to dramatic improvements in putting.

Develop The Technique That Works.

The most common cause of missed putts is head movement. However, the movement is often so slight as to be virtually impossible to detect unaided. The Gimmee detects even the slightest head movement – and gives you the instant visual feedback to correct it.

 “ If you’re like me, you can’t wait to see if the ball is tracking toward the hole . But the urge to look too soon has some nasty consequences.” . . Tiger Woods

Most pros and coaches recommend that you set up with your eyes directly over the ball-target line. It is from this position that you can best visualize the correct path towards the hole.
If you set up with your eyes either beyond or inside this target line then the wrong visual messages are being sent to your brain. You may be actually seeing the wrong line. The Gimmee prevents this by ensuring that you are always set up in the orthodox position.

The clubface must be square to the target-line at impact. If the clubface is aimed incorrectly at address then it becomes very difficult to square it at impact. The problem is that a golfer may not even be aware that he is aiming incorrectly. It’s a. habit that sneaks up gradually. Your eyes can deceive you into thinking that you are aimed correctly when in fact the clubface may be open or closed.
It’s a simple fault to develop – and it’s one that can play havoc with your putting. It’s something even top Tour players regularly check as a matter of course. The Gimmee prevents it from happening to you !  

A smooth, deliberate backswing that keeps the club low to the ground during the initial part of the takeaway is essential in order to consistently put a solid strike on the ball. It is almost impossible to accomplish if the hands and wrists are too much in play. Engaging the ‘pop-ups’ on the backswing is only posssible when the swing is controlled by the larger muscles of the arms and shoulders.
If, at the completion of your backswing, the pop-ups are still upright, it is a sure indication of over-use of the hands and wrists. The combination of the Gimmee’s unique beam and ‘pop-ups’ minimize the use of the hands and wrists and encourage the one-piece putting action that is the hall-mark of good putters.

In simple terms, all you need do in order to putt well consistently is to swing the club along the correct path, on the correct plane and at the correct speed through the all-important impact zone. That’s all there is to it ! Provided, of course, that the clubface is square to the target-line at impact.
When raised and adjusted to the desired width, The Gimmee’s guide rails will prevent your club head from entering the impact zone on anything other than the correct plane and path.

Practically all golfers share a dread of those seemingly unmissable putts. You know the ones. The ones that make you feel rather stupid when you miss them. These are the real test of your stroke – and your trust in it ! And when you lose your fear of these, approach putts become so much easier.
As your anxiety levels rise, the urge to steer or guide the ball is almost irresistible. You just want to get it over with. But, almost always, this causes you to take too long of a backswing, which you instinctively know will knock the ball well past the hole. You end up making a tentative, decelerating stab at the ball. And this usually spells disaster. When upright, the Gimmee’s back-stop feature will shorten your swing and quickly teach you a smooth, controlled backswing followed by an accelerating forward stroke through the ball on even the shortest putt.

From the moment to arrive at the green, right up to the moment you pull the trigger on the takeaway, your eyes have been feeding your brain all the information it actuallyneeds to perform what is, after all,( or rather, should be) a relatively simple task. This is the ‘what‘ part of the equation.
Your brain will figure out the ‘how‘ part all on its own. If you allow it. If you learn to stop interfering with the process. The only thing you should be focused on, once you’ve completed your address, is that precise spot on the ball that must be struck in order to propel the ball to its intended target. When nothing exists for you but that precise spot; and nothing matters except striking it – you are ‘In The Zone’. Which is exactly where, with practice, the Gimmee’s beam brings you. And soon you’ll wonder why it was once so difficult ! And lest you think this altogether too simplistic, I would strongly recommend you take a few minutes to read The Quiet Eye

How you learn and practice these putting principles is of little importance, but learn them you must if you hope to become a consistently good putter. In particular, you must learn to stay learn to stay absolutely still throughout the entire putt. No amount of practice will compensate for even the slightest head movement. Inches or millimetres don’t matter from the tee or the fairway. They do on the greens.
The Gimmee is the only putting trainer on the market that addresses and fixes the primary cause of wasted putts.

Eliminate The Faults That Don’t. Simply . . . Effectively . . . Permanently.

Is Keeping Your Head Still Really So Important ?

Jack Nicklaus

“ Probably the premier technical cause of missed putts – especially short putts – is head movement. You must keep your stay absolutely still. ”

Arnold Palmer

” It is amazing how much even a short putt will veer off line because of a slight head movement . . .Your head must not move when you putt ! ”  

Tiger Woods

“ Every good putter keeps the head absolutely still from start to finish. Every bad putter I know moves the head to some degree.”

Gary Player

“ Good putters keep the body still. Bad putters tend to sway toward the hole just before the ball is struck. ”

A brilliant training aid, worth every penny!  My putting had taken a dip and this completely cured me. Terrific. ”    .  .  .  Greg Rennie, USA

Absolutely fantastic item. I couldn’t believe how quickly it improved my putting. Highly, highly recommended ! ” .  .  .  Shona McVey, Glasgow

After just a few short practice sessions with it, I can say that it totally transformed my putting technique.” .  .  .  Jim Forte, Ohio.

It totally transformed my putting. Very impressive. I wish everything else in life were as effective and simple. ” 
. . . . Wayne Donaldson, London 

Two of golf’s legends identify what they regard as the number one cause of poor putting. They are uniquivocal about the problem. The solution is right here. The decision is yours.

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