Putting Sword by Michael Breed
Putting Sword by Michael Breed
Putting Sword by Michael Breed
Putting Sword by Michael Breed
Putting Sword by Michael Breed
Putting Sword by Michael Breed
Putting Sword by Michael Breed
Putting Sword by Michael Breed
Putting Sword by Michael Breed
Putting Sword by Michael Breed
Putting Sword by Michael Breed
Putting Sword by Michael Breed
Putting Sword by Michael Breed
Putting Sword by Michael Breed

Putting Sword by Michael Breed

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The width of the Sword is calibrated with a margin of error so it mimics making putts of longer lengths.

A Few Calculations:

  • A Golf Ball is 1.68".  The cup is 4.25".  The .5" on the bottom of the ball contacts the putting surface.
  • The Sword is the width of the ball.  When the ball goes off line .5" it falls off the Sword.
  • This margin of error combined with the length of the putt creates a direction angle the putt can roll off-line and still fall in the cup.
  • If the putt rolls off the end of the Sword then it will go in the cup from the distances marked.  
  • The Putting Sword is a very thin 1/16” of an inch in height, so you’re not lifting the putter up off the ground very far.
  • Eaaaasy-McGeeeezy.

Getting started

  1. Find a straight putt and set the end of the Sword 12 inches from the cup (or wall if used indoors).
  2. Set a ball on the "3 foot" line (it is 12" from the end of the Sword).  Hit putts and roll them off the end of the Sword.  This is the equivalent of sinking a 3 foot putt.  When you can successfully roll 5 consecutive putts, move back to the "6 foot" line and repeat.  Repeat from the end of the Sword and you are a Master.
  3. Hit a single ball from each of the distances marked on the Sword

Tour Average Drill 

  • Tour players make 75% of 5' putts, and 50% of 8' putts.
  • Use the marks on the Sword to see if you can putt at Tour skill level.

Create the Ultimate Putting Station 

  1. Add the Putting Alignment Mirror to create a simple and effective practice station.
  2. Slide the mirror on the "handle" of the Sword.
  3. Check your eye alignment, putter face and restrict your stroke length.
  4. You can also create a putter gate with tees in the slots of the mirror.
  5. The result?  Drills that address alignment, impact position, stroke length and path.  Wow!
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Liam B.
United States United States

Seems like a good aid, have been appreciating it.

Emerson G.
United States United States
Shows minor flaws

Showed me immediately that my tendency was to very slightly “pull” the putt - close face. Putting on the course is already better.

Eric B.
United States United States
Putting Sword - very useful

The Putting Sword is very helpful in determining the errors in my stroke and helping me start the ball on line. It also works very well in combination with the Edge mirror and other similar training aids.

Charlie N.
United States United States
Works! Needs to be stiffer.

Standard model. Works well for the most part, but found it flexes/bends too much - difficult to assure a true flat surface. Perhaps a bit stiffer material to eliminate over bending. (Also have the eye line and shoulder line mirrors - excellent products!)

Greg M.
United States United States

It’s changed my putting, when I fist started using the sword it was frustrating, after a few weeks of using it 5to 10 minutes a night I improved my putting so much on the course, having that confidence over a 8 footer is priceless

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Zach B.
United States United States
Great concept, could be made more challenging

I really like the putting sword although I wish the “tour” version was narrower and more challenging. I was hoping to replace my old putting rail from YES golf, but the widest end of the putting rail I have is still narrower than the tour version of the putting sword, so the putting sword isn’t nearly as challenging. Maybe you guys can make some revisions.

Jerry S.
United States United States


Lloyd A.
United States
Great Product

This is a great product. It helps you get lined up over the ball correctly, and forces you to keep your head down, as well as keeping you focused on the correct stroke. I don't think I've used it enough to form a "habit" yet, but I will get there. Highly recommend to anyone who is struggling with consistency in their putting.

David P.
United States
Putting sword

Putting is getting better

United States
Surprised- Positively

The putting Sword helped me to putt the ball squarly and improved my putting after one session! I was surprised how effective the Putting Sword identifying stoke problems.

Will P.
Turned my putting around in just a few weeks

My instructor turned me on to your stuff with the MyRoll balls and mirror. I turned my putting around in just a few weeks of practice. The sword is the last little bit of the puzzle and I’ll be using your products to keep me in shape. If anything I should be thanking you!

Mark L.
United States
Mark Leisenring

The absolute best putting training aid I’ve ever purchased. Before I got the sword I used to have 38 to 40 putts per round . Since I’ve been practicing with the sword I have never made more 6 to 3 foot putts in my life. Now I walk off the green with a big smile.

Bobby M.
United States
Putting Sword

Has helped me with my putting stroke.

Michael C.
United States

The item works as advertised. It gets over top of the ball and forces you to keep the ball on its intended line.

Jeffrey E.
United States
Love it. The sword with

Love it. The sword with the mirror is helping with practice. I live in Wisconsin so havent been able to test the results on the course yet.

John I.
United States
Eye line, I knock em' in!

Excellent product that promotes consistent setup. Noticed I wasn't seeing the club strike the ball on my putts because I couldn't see my eyes when the putter went through the ball. I was pulling up and out of the putt! Corrected that!