is a pioneering and innovative product designed by scientist
and Oxford mathematician Dr. Roger Brooks. Launched
in 2001, it was the first inside-to-inside putting trainer
to be widely used on tour, and quickly became established
as one of the most popular training devices on tours
around the world.
date, Trueplane has been used by more than 400 tour
pros as well as many top coaches. No one is paid to
use Trueplane - players and coaches use it because it
develops the ideal simple and natural stroke. After
getting Trueplane these players have won more than 400
tournaments on the top level tours (and many other events
on secondary tours), including 33 wins in Majors
- that's more than Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods combined!!
Trueplane users have finished top of one the main putting
statistics for the year on the PGA Tour or the European
Tour (putts per round, putts per GIR, strokes gained)
on 21 occasions. They also include three players who
have reached number 1 in the world rankings.
Features and benefits
is extremely easy to use. Simply place on the floor
or on the putting green. Then slide your putter along
Trueplane following the red line for the ideal inside-to-inside
putter path. Use the black lines on the base or the
guide rod for perfect putter face alignment throughout
the stroke. The result is a pure stroke, a perfect roll,
and holed putts.
Trueplane you can practice in exactly the same way as
many of the world's top players. As the pros have found,
using Trueplane can lead to fewer putts, lower scores
and many tournament wins.
more details, click here >> trueplane
is the newest product from Brooks Golf. It is an easy
way to eliminate wrist movement for a more consistent
and reliable stroke. It is used by more than 150 tour
pros and they have already achieved 6 Major Championship
wins, as well as a $10m Fedex Cup win!
The Gadget Show
was featured on TV on The Gadget Show on Channel 5.
On the show Pollyanna tries out various gadgets to improve
her golf and you can watch part of the The
Gadget Show episode here (the Uniputt clip is at
on the show discussing Uniputt:
"This little baby, however, what is it, 20 quid
Pollyanna: "It is 20 quid. And that has been the
one bit of kit I have used pretty much most of the time,
it is fantastic."
Jason: "It is simply about not flexing your wrists?"
It is just about keeping contact and not hinging the
wrists, therefore you should have a purer putt."
Suzi: "The Uniputt. It just goes to show it's not
all about money."
basic way of using Uniputt is to set it up with the
ball touching the forearm. Then just maintain the contact
throughout the stroke.
can be set up against either forearm. This adds variety
and different feels to the exercises. Unputt can also
be set up with a small gap between the ball and the
forearm - the aim here is to maintain the gap.
feedback from Uniputt will quickly reduce or eliminate
wrist movement in the stroke - very important for a
solid and repeatable stroke particularly on short putts.
more details, click here >> uniputt