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The PuttBANDIT story

Dreams of glory
For two brothers, with most of our golfing years behind us, sinking the putt that wins the Ryder Cup is an extremely remote possibility. We’ll just have to stick with driving the green at the famous Belfry 10th instead! No, just another dream?


How can we improve?

One day, over a post-round libation, we were chatting about our games and particularly our occasionally dreadful putting. If the average golfer takes more strokes with a putter than any other club in the bag, it makes sense that improving putting could have a big impact on our scores. Putting is easy – get the ball direction and speed right and you’ll sink the putt.

But in reality, it isn’t easy at all. So, we started to think about how we could try and get some consistency. The answer lay somewhere in improving our direction or ball speed energy.


Research and Development

We used physics, maths, research and lots of rounds of golf and some creative guesswork, and concluded that putting line visualisation was where we needed to be. And after many months of researching products and techniques – analysing and testing 100 or so prototypes – we came up with PuttBANDIT – a highly visible, ball marker and line visualisation aid.


Results?

Using PuttBANDIT, we both saw our putting become more reliable - three putts were rare, two putts became the norm and one putts happened a little more often. The first putt, we discovered was critical. Too many of us give ourselves a 4 footer for par. A PGA Pro will only sink 80% of these, on perfect greens, with the best equipment, coaches and lots of practice.

So if PuttBANDIT helped us, it could work for other golfers who need some putting help, whether you take aim at a spot in front of the ball or along an intended line. And that's why we started to make a few PuttBANDITs for other golfers to use. Something else that sounds a lot easier than it really is!

After climbing and falling off many a steep learning curve, with regard to CAD, injection moulding, materials, 3D printing, CNC laser cutting, intellectual property and much more . . . we can now share PuttBANDIT with UK golfers.

We wish you good putting.

 

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Neil and Paul Hart

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PuttBANDIT | Visibly Better Putting | 3-D diagram of Ball marker
PuttBANDIT | Visibly Better Putting | 3-D diagram of Ball marker
puttbanditstoryproperimage

The PuttBANDIT story

Dreams of glory
For two brothers, with most of our golfing years behind us, sinking the putt that wins the Ryder Cup is an extremely remote possibility. We’ll just have to stick with driving the green at the famous Belfry 10th instead! No, just another dream?


How can we improve?

One day, over a post-round libation, we were chatting about our games and particularly our occasionally dreadful putting. If the average golfer takes more strokes with a putter than any other club in the bag, it makes sense that improving putting could have a big impact on our scores. Putting is easy – get the ball direction and speed right and you’ll sink the putt.

But in reality, it isn’t easy at all. So, we started to think about how we could try and get some consistency. The answer lay somewhere in improving our direction or ball speed energy.


Research and Development

We used physics, maths, research and lots of rounds of golf and some creative guesswork, and concluded that putting line visualisation was where we needed to be. And after many months of researching products and techniques – analysing and testing 100 or so prototypes – we came up with PuttBANDIT – a highly visible, ball marker and line visualisation aid.


Results?

Using PuttBANDIT, we both saw our putting become more reliable - three putts were rare, two putts became the norm and one putts happened a little more often. The first putt, we discovered was critical. Too many of us give ourselves a 4 footer for par. A PGA Pro will only sink 80% of these, on perfect greens, with the best equipment, coaches and lots of practice.

So if PuttBANDIT helped us, it could work for other golfers who need some putting help, whether you take aim at a spot in front of the ball or along an intended line. And that's why we started to make a few PuttBANDITs for other golfers to use. Something else that sounds a lot easier than it really is!

After climbing and falling off many a steep learning curve, with regard to CAD, injection moulding, materials, 3D printing, CNC laser cutting, intellectual property and much more . . . we can now share PuttBANDIT with UK golfers.

We wish you good putting.

 

signatures
product2
product2
PuttBANDIT | Visibly Better Putting | 3-D diagram of Ball marker
PuttBANDIT | Visibly Better Putting | 3-D diagram of Ball marker

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