Total Stroke Putting System by Jon & Jim McLean
Total Stroke Putting System by Jon & Jim McLean
Total Stroke Putting System by Jon & Jim McLean
Total Stroke Putting System by Jon & Jim McLean
Total Stroke Putting System by Jon & Jim McLean
Total Stroke Putting System by Jon & Jim McLean
Total Stroke Putting System by Jon & Jim McLean
Total Stroke Putting System by Jon & Jim McLean
Total Stroke Putting System by Jon & Jim McLean
Total Stroke Putting System by Jon & Jim McLean
Total Stroke Putting System by Jon & Jim McLean
Total Stroke Putting System by Jon & Jim McLean
Total Stroke Putting System by Jon & Jim McLean
Total Stroke Putting System by Jon & Jim McLean
Total Stroke Putting System by Jon & Jim McLean
Total Stroke Putting System by Jon & Jim McLean
Total Stroke Putting System by Jon & Jim McLean
Total Stroke Putting System by Jon & Jim McLean
Total Stroke Putting System by Jon & Jim McLean
Total Stroke Putting System by Jon & Jim McLean
Total Stroke Putting System by Jon & Jim McLean
Total Stroke Putting System by Jon & Jim McLean
Total Stroke Putting System by Jon & Jim McLean
Total Stroke Putting System by Jon & Jim McLean
Total Stroke Putting System by Jon & Jim McLean
Total Stroke Putting System by Jon & Jim McLean

Total Stroke Putting System by Jon & Jim McLean

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Quick Start Guide for the Total Stroke

Step 1:  Aim your Total Stroke - Using the “Aim” arrows, align your Total Stroke to your target.

Step 2:  Make strokes on the Total Stroke.  Match the putter face to the lines on the path.

Step 3:  Create the Path Gates:  Set up the path gates using the slots on the toe and heel side of the Total Stroke.  The tees should be placed wide enough for you to swing your putter head through.  You can make these slots wider or more narrow based on your ability.  If your putter stays on path you will not contact the tees.  If your stroke veers off path you'll bump into a tee (Indoor- use the included posts).

Step 4:  Set up the “Ball Gate” - You can place tees inside the small circles on the end of the Total Stroke as a “ball gate”.  A good stroke will roll your ball between the tees. Or you can use the larger holes to place golf balls as the gate, this creates an incredible visual (also a great option for indoor use).

Step 5:  Place your ball just in front on the “aim” arrows and begin putting.

 

Note:  There are many ways to use this aid and you can use all the features at one time, or just trace the lines with no tees - it's up to you.  Have fun!

 

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