Our putting studio is a complete feedback station. Right away you'll know if your putter's face is open at impact. Or if your swing path is too far inside. Once you understand your patterns...use our training aids to build better habits & start putting like a boss!
Groove Your Swing
Practicing the right stuff is fun. And when it’s this much fun you just can’t stop. So go ahead, keep repeating those beautiful curvy swings. Roll on player. We know you’re a lean, mean, putting machine.
Practice Between Rounds
There’s no wrong time to practice. Before the big match. After a tough day on the links. During that boring conference call at work. Or while binging on season 7 of your favorite streaming series. Whatever your guilty pleasure...squeeze in a few putts...we got you covered.
Set Up in Seconds
We understand that it doesn’t take much to get sidetracked. That’s why we designed a frictionless setup system. Now you can get down to putting in no time. And it stores away just as easy too. Roll it out. Roll it in. Roll it up. Always be rolling.
How it works
Check Your Swing
Learn how to build a natural arcing putting motion & start more putts on line
Sorry you had to find out from us but your swing path is NOT straight back & straight through. Science dictates that the putters natural path is an arcing motion that swings from inside to inside...just like your full swing. And when you swing your putter on an arc the face should stay square to the path.
Start by making a few practice swings with your putter tracing the arc on your Swing Mat. Then hit a few putts making the same arcing motion. If you’re doing it right your putts will start on the target line that runs down the center of the Putting Mat.
Focus on Start Line
Your Putting Mat is designed to tell you if you’re starting your putts on line.
Lets face it, starting your putts on line is MISSION CRITICAL. Use the “Start Line” (or center line) on your Putting Mat to assist you with measuring Start Line accuracy.
Roll a few putts and watch where the ball starts in the first few inches. Is the ball starting dead center? Or does it start a little left or right of center? If left then your putter's face is closed at impact. If right then your face is open at impact. Using your Swing Mat to make an arcing putting motion is your best chance at hitting the ball squarely and starting more putts on line.
Your Aim Board can tell you how much your putter’s face is open or closed at impact
Your putter’s face at impact determines where the ball goes. Just 2° open on a 6 ft putt will miss right. The numbers on your aim board indicate degree of error. If your ball rolls to the #3 then it’s likely your face was 3° open (or closed) at impact. Continue to practice making an arcing putting motion with your Swing Mat and over time you should see smaller margins of error.
Dial In Speed
Your Putting Cup will only catch putts with good speed & aim
Once you’ve got your swing path & putter face dialed in, you can start working on speed. Your Putting Cup is like a traffic cop, it only rewards putts with good speed. If your ball had enough speed to roll 24” past the hole then the cup will spit your ball out. Although your cup is regulation size it's unforgiving around the edges. Which requires you to have both a soft touch and good aim.
Putt Like A Boss
Pinstripe Golf Putting Studio is designed to get you in the best putting shape of your life. Start by make a few swings using your Swing Mat and learn how to make a proper arcing swing. Use the target line to track your Start Line. If your putter's face is square at impact your ball should start on line. A little left means a closed face. A little right means open face. Use the Cup to gauge speed. Any putt that would roll > 2ft past the hole will bounce out. Finally, use the Aim Board measure-off center putts. If your putter's face is just 2° open at impact your putt will miss the cup wide right.
Inside the bag
Swing Mat + Aim Board + Putting Cup