When we talk to instructors, one of their top questions is this:
"How do the guys on tour actually use the mirror?"
Players are constantly coming up with new ways to use our mirrors, but there are a few elements that every great player works on.
EyeLine Classic MirrorThe Original EyeLine Putting Mirror has been the friend of thousands of great and not-so-great putters over the past 10 years. It is perfect for checking all parts of your putting alignment and setup. Check your eyes, shoulders, putter face & more.
Putting Alignment MirrorThe Putting Alignment Mirror is the perfect way to get ready to play. Toss it down, line it up, check your setup lines, and build confidence. Check your putter face alignment, eye position and throw it back in your bag. Head to the 1st tee hunting for birdies.
Edge Putting MirrorIt gives you full view of your setup and stroke: your eyes, putter face, and shoulders. We included slots for putter gate, ball gate, and release gate practice drills. The non-skid base makes it perfect for your practice on the green or in the office.
We want you to have the best mirror for your eyes - that is why we have 3 models.
When you get instant, perfect information that makes sense to your eyes... life gets better!
- The EyeLine Mirror is ideal if you like to see the ball in a parallel "slot" (9.25" x 17.5")
- The Edge Mirror is perfect if you want to check your shoulder alignment (7.5" x 12")
- The Putting Alignment Mirror is travel size and always ready for your warm-up (5.75" x 11.75")
All these mirrors are in use on Pro Tours around the world and growing each week. They provide instant, accurate feedback every player needs every day... including you.
Portability and Durability
The Putting Alignment Mirror or Edge Mirror are the best choice if you need a mirror you can store in your bag. The larger EyeLine Mirror is less durable but gives you a full view of your stroke and shoulders with a slot in the center.
This drill helps with setup AND tells you if you’re rolling it on line :)
Set up the Putting Scope:
- Check your alignment to the target
- Swing the putter on the intended path
- Learn to roll the ball down the line - through the Scope legs
Put the Putting Alignment Mirror beneath the Rod:
- Check your eye position - on the line or slightly inside
- Check your putter face alignment with the red line on the mirror
It is easy to return the ball to the correct starting position, too.
You don’t even need a hole to do this drill at home or office :)
It is time to dominate the 6 footer!
Putting S.O.S. Fundamentals
Solid - hit the putt solid
Online - start the putt on the target line
Speed - hit the putt the correct speed
Building a solid routine
A routine is what you do for the 10 seconds before you pull the trigger on your putt.
We have seen it on the Tour, and we've heard it discussed a thousand times.
What's the point?
From a player's perspective (mine) it helps me put my attention on what I need to do to put the best roll on the ball I can. And... it takes my attention away from all my other distracting thoughts (I have hundreds :)
Do you need it when you are goofing off? Nope. Your mind is usually clear.
You need it when the pressure is on.
The key is to rehearse your routine just like you do your stroke. Get it down pat. Learn to rely on it and it will be ready when you need to make a critical putt.