Move the arrow to see the difference between speed control and aiming.
A good putt is the result of good aim with good speed.
That’s why we have built the Wellputt Mat so that it can be used in both directions.
The Wellputt mat trains player accuracy and speed control
Tools for alignment and length
Alignment line for putting face
Squaring the putter face and body
Alignment Line on the mat to train accuracy
Putter head stroke control
Putter head stroke control to get through the ball
Correct eye position to not see green circle
To help you in your position, we have created a new optical marker.
- Incorrect eye position to see green circle below the ball
- Incorrect eye position to see green circle above the ball
- Correct eye position to not see green circle
The essence of the Wellputt concept resides in the way we think about putting. For the ﬁrst time you will make your ball roll over the hole and have to stop in the “Wellputt Zone”, or “Good Putt Zone”.
Good Putt Zone
It is proven that a putt that has enough speed to ﬁnish between 12 and 24 inches behind the hole will resist slopes better and therefore has a better chance of going in.
Uphill Putt Zone
For advanced golfers this zone will develop a good offensive attitude while securing the coming back putt.
Downhill Putt Zone
As in the uphill putt, this zone will develop a ﬁner sensitivity for the player while securing an easy return putt.
2 types of speed
Our engineers have created mats that correspond exactly to speed measured by the stimp meter on real greens.
Low Speed Mat : 8/10 ft
8 ft : speed control direction
10 ft : aiming direction (hole)
Low Speed Mat (standard speed) correspond to most of golf greens.
High Speed Mat : 10/11.5 ft
10 ft : Speed control direction
11.5 ft : Aiming direction (hole)
High Speed Mat (pro speed) correspond to the best golf greens in the world.