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    PH Outdoor Putting Pack

    £146.99 £130.00

    The Paul Hurrion Outdoor Pack is available for the discounted price of £130 + p&p (saving of £16.99!)

    Package includes four products:
    1. PH Outdoor Putting Gates
    2. ProStance
    3. Quintic Putting Mirror
    4. 8 Putting Mirror Drills
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    PH Indoor Putting Pack

    £146.99 £130.00

    The Paul Hurrion Indoor Pack is available for the discounted price of £130 + p&p (saving of £16.99!)

    Package includes four products:
    1. PH Indoor Putting Gates
    2. ProStance
    3. Quintic Putting Mirror
    4. 8 Putting Mirror Drills
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    PH Putting Mirror (x5)

    £210.00 £180.00
    The PH Putting Alignment Mirror is a simple yet extremely effective training  tool, enabling golfers at all levels to improve their putting stroke.
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  • Cabretta laced paddle putter grip

    £39.95

    (with PH logo embossed)

    The beautiful soft feel/touch of Cabretta leather used to make this Oversized Parallel body shape Putter Grip is just amazing! This grip model is suited to larger size hands, but can also provide the platform for any hand size to sit comfortably to promote soft hands which is the key to putting. Special custom design to include the Paul Hurrion logo embossed onto the bottom section of the grip.
  • 1⁰ Progressive Holes (5ft – 20ft)

    £70.00
    Being able to read greens correctly is a very important part of improving your game and your score. There are many different factors that you need to consider before you hit the putt, however, unless you can control the pace of the ball as it leaves the putter face, the line or point you wish to start the ball on will be different each time!  As a coach I want the player to be able to know the difference between a good putt and a bad one… Why? Simply, because if you don’t know the difference and the ball missed just on the left edge of the hole, did you pull it, hit it too soft or was it a misread?
    The progressive size discs are self moulding to the green, lightweight, flexible and, importantly, made from a breathable material (so they won’t do any harm to the putting surface, even if accidentally left overnight). The 0.5mm thickness means that it reproduces the speed of the green on which it is placed!
    What is the aim of the 1 degree progressive discs?
    Each disc size represents a 1 degree error (right or left of the centre of the hole) for the appropriate distance. For example at 5ft, the size of the disc is only 50mm in diameter. The ball must touch the disc in order to be less than 1⁰ right or left of the intended start line. For 10ft, the size increases to 98mm in diameter… The aim of the drill is to improve your visualisation and green reading skills, in addition educating the golfer on how the pace of a golf ball rolling across a putting green influences the amount of break on the green. In my opinion, the majority of players overestimate the amount of break during the middle section of a putt, when the ball is rolling faster, and underestimate the amount of break as the ball slows down by the hole.
    Instructions for Use:  How do you see a ball breaking on a putting green?
    • This drill is best used on a sloping green of between 1-3%. The faster the stimp, the harder the drill, so you have been warned!
    • Place the 5ft disc, 5 feet away from your golf ball. Can you hole the putt (or hit the disc) from 5ft? There still may be a small amount of break in the putt even from 5ft. I wouldn’t recommend ever hitting the ball more than 3ft past the hole, however, entry speed (and therefore distance past) is a personal choice and something you must be comfortable with.
    • Does entry speed change with uphill or downhill putts? Does entry speed change when facing a birdie, par or bogey putt? What about the effect of match play or stroke play – does your approach to ball entry speed differ? (A)
    • Once comfortable at holing the 5ft putt, measure a further 5ft, (B) placing the 10ft disc (10ft from the ball) in such a position that WITHOUT moving the 5ft disc, the ball will travel through both discs. How many goes does it take you to place the 10ft disc in the correct location? (C)
    • Moving on to the 15ft and 20ft discs, build them up incrementally, measuring a further 5ft each time so all the discs represent a 1 degree error at their respective distances. You must place them on the green in such a way that the ball will travel directly over each one! (D)
    • Remember you are NOT allowed to move the 5ft disc! As the distance increases, so does the ball speed, so you may need to adjust the closer discs to account for this.
    • Reading a green or putt is visualizing (or making an educated guess), the line or path the ball will follow once it leaves the putter and rolls across the green? How close is your visualisation to what actually happens on the green? Time to find out!
    • Pace control is vital in order to choose the correct start line.
    • The last thing to try, once you have made it all the way out to 20ft, is to remove all the discs apart from the 5ft and 20ft disc. How does the putt look now? Any different? If so, why is it different?
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    1⁰ Progressive Holes (5ft – 40ft)

    £160.00
    Being able to read greens correctly is a very important part of improving your game and your score. There are many different factors that you need to consider before you hit the putt, however, unless you can control the pace of the ball as it leaves the putter face, the line or point you wish to start the ball on will be different each time!  As a coach I want the player to be able to know the difference between a good putt and a bad one... Why? Simply, because if you don’t know the difference and the ball missed just on the left edge of the hole, did you pull it, hit it too soft or was it a misread? The progressive size discs are self moulding to the green, lightweight, flexible and, importantly, made from a breathable material (so they won’t do any harm to the putting surface, even if accidentally left overnight). The 0.5mm thickness means that it reproduces the speed of the green on which it is placed! What is the aim of the 1 degree progressive discs? Each disc size represents a 1 degree error (right or left of the centre of the hole) for the appropriate distance. For example at 5ft, the size of the disc is only 50mm in diameter. The ball must touch the disc in order to be less than 1⁰ right or left of the intended start line. For 10ft, the size increases to 98mm in diameter... The aim of the drill is to improve your visualisation and green reading skills, in addition educating the golfer on how the pace of a golf ball rolling across a putting green influences the amount of break on the green. In my opinion, the majority of players overestimate the amount of break during the middle section of a putt, when the ball is rolling faster, and underestimate the amount of break as the ball slows down by the hole. Instructions for Use:  How do you see a ball breaking on a putting green?
    • This drill is best used on a sloping green of between 1-3%. The faster the stimp, the harder the drill, so you have been warned!
    • Place the 5ft disc, 5 feet away from your golf ball. Can you hole the putt (or hit the disc) from 5ft? There still may be a small amount of break in the putt even from 5ft. I wouldn’t recommend ever hitting the ball more than 3ft past the hole, however, entry speed (and therefore distance past) is a personal choice and something you must be comfortable with. Does entry speed change with uphill or downhill putts? Does entry speed change when facing a birdie, par or bogey putt? What about the effect of match play or stroke play - does your approach to ball entry speed differ? (A)
    • Once comfortable at holing the 5ft putt, measure a further 5ft, (B) placing the 10ft disc (10ft from the ball) in such a position that WITHOUT moving the 5ft disc, the ball will travel through both discs. How many goes does it take you to place the 10ft disc in the correct location? (C)
    • Moving on to the 15ft, 20ft, 25ft, 30ft, 35ft and 40ft discs, build them up incrementally, measuring a further 5ft each time so all the discs represent a 1 degree error at their respective distances. You must place them on the green in such a way that the ball will travel directly over each one! (D)
    • Remember you are NOT allowed to move the 5ft disc! As the distance increases, so does the ball speed, so you may need to adjust the closer discs to account for this. (E)
    • Reading a green or putt is visualizing (or making an educated guess), the line or path the ball will follow once it leaves the putter and rolls across the green? How close is your visualisation to what actually happens on the green? Time to find out!
    • Once you are out at 40ft, 1 degree equals a 426mm diameter disc. If the ball stops or touches this disc from such a distance, it is a fantastic putt. The chances of holing a putt are very low from 40ft. In fact on the PGA Tour, outside of 25ft you have more 3-putts than birdies...
    • Pace control is vital in order to choose the correct start line.
    • The last thing to try, once you have made it all the way out to 40ft, is to remove all the discs apart from the 5ft and 40ft disc. How does the putt look now? Any different? If so, why is it different?
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    PH Alignment Laser

    £175.00
    The most important fundamental you need to be a great putter is 'PERFECT AIM' with the putter face. Putter face alignment at impact accounts for over 92% of the direction of the ball (with a centre strike). The golf ball is in contact with a putter for such a short period of time (significantly less than a 'Driver'), so make sure IMPACT counts. How do you know why the golf ball missed left (or right)?  because of your read, alignment at address or was it face angle at impact?  Feedback is crucial, so 'why guess when you can measure!' Instructions for Use:
    • Ask the golfer to set-up for a putt, aiming directly at the hole (A).
    • Remove the ball, asking the golfer to maintain putter head position.
    • Place the PH Alignment Laser in front of the putter face, with the barrel pointing towards the hole and PH Alignment Board, ensuring that the backside of the laser block is flush with the putter face (B).
    • The laser is now visible on the Alignment Board, highlighting where the player's perceived square club face is actually aiming (C).
    • Finally, correct the putter using the laser to show where an actual square putter face is aiming (D). The laser should aim at 0 on the board, when 0 is the centre of the hole (on a flat putt) - You have two options with the backboard (Metric or Imperial)
    • Outdoor / Indoor on breaking putts! The RED dot laser will be clearly seen outdoors (even in the brightest of sun conditions). When using the laser for breaking putts, ensure the golfer 'states which number he or she is aiming' before the laser is placed flush with the putter face!  Do you under read a left to right or over read a right to left. Remember Face aim is up to 92% of the start direction of the golf ball (E).
     I don't believe people who aim right (or left at set-up) can square the clubface every time at impact...
  • Pendulum Rods

    £39.95
    The pendulum rods are a very effective practice tool to feel the shoulders and torso rotating together throughout the putting stroke... In order to create a single pivot point throughout the putting stroke, both shoulders (left and right) must be working at the same speed.  I commonly use the pendulum rods with players of all abilities to create a 'feeling' of rotation and symmetry for their putting stroke. Please Note: Two drills and detailed explanation of how to use the pendulum rods are included with each purchase.
  • PH Putting Clips

    £12.00
    The Putting Clips are in fact three different sizes... they are aimed for the Beginner, Intermediate and Advance with the ‘Advance’ not leaving much room for error on impact! All three size options are included in the packaging, so enabling you to start with the Beginner size gap and work up... Its not as easy as you might first think!
  • PH Ghost Holes

    £19.95
    The PH Ghost Holes (3 in a pack) enable practice anywhere, indoors or outdoors (even if the putting green is crowded!) The holes are the exact dimensions of real holes on the golf course 9.8cm / 4.25" diameter. Self modelling to the green, light weight, flexible material. 0.5mm thickness means that it reproduces the speed of the green on which it is placed! Place in certain locations on the practice putting green to replicate slopes on the course. I always encourage practice to be on the largest slopes possible on the putting green, this is a great way to increase your feel for the speed of the greens prior to playing...
  • PH Elevated String Line

    £19.95
    The PH Elevated String Line provides a visually powerful way to practise one of the key fundamentals of your putting stroke. A MUST for all golf training and practice for all levels of golfer! The major aspects which can be addressed using the PH Elevated String Line are set-up, alignment and green reading. In addition, putter path and the height of the putter during the stroke can be analysed. The string can be adjusted height wise by wrapping the string around the pole, to provide great feedback for this common fault in putting. However, arguably my favourite drill with the PH Elevated String Line is when using it on breaking putts. How many goes does it take you to pick the correct starting line? Pace controls line, but where are you aiming the putter? And does the ball start on its intended direction with the desired pace! The PH Elevated String Line is very easy to see on the greens with a vibrant orange colour that is clear in all lighting conditions. The elastic string is fantastic quality with a clear carry tube for easy storage.  The eye catching orange colour is in honour of our RJD Putting Academy in the Netherlands! 
  • ProStance

    £60.00
    ProStance is a revolutionary golf practice aid that helps golfers of all abilities to develop a better understanding of weight distribution and balance at address. The following instructions provide step-by-step guidance on how to use ProStance to practice and improve your putting:
    1. Fully deflate the ProStance (by opening the pressure value and releasing any air from the inner tube).
    2. Stand on the ProStance with it located within the instep of your feet (bare feet or wearing golf shoes).
    3. Depending on your weight, style of shoe and golfing proficiency inflate the inner tube (using a standard hand/bicycle pump) until your toes and heels just start to come off the ground. You are attempting to create a sensation of balance where the toes and heels of each foot are lightly touching the ground with equal pressure. You will likely find that you need to make a series of small adjustments to maintain the desired equal pressure distribution, however this will happen quite instinctively as you progressively fine-tune your posture to find the optimum, balance position.
    4. Start by hitting a few short putts and concentrate on maintaining your balance during the putt.
    5. Step off the ProStance and hit some putts. Focus on maintaining the same sensations of balance and weight distribution as you experienced while using the ProStance: you should have a much better feeling of how your feet and body react with the ground and you should begin to feel the benefit of a balanced and athletic address position even with the putter.
    6. Once you are comfortably able to maintain your balance whilst putting on the ProStance, you should further inflate the inner tube to increase the degree of difficulty. Your ultimate aim is to be able to maintain your balance throughout the putt with the ProStance fully inflated and your toes and heels completely off the ground.
    Please Note: If we are shipping overseas, the ProStance will be fully deflated upon purchase. Please inflate the inner tube using a standard hand / bicycle pump. 
  • PH Indoor Putting Gates

    £40.00
    Indoor practice is one of the first step to building up your confidence on the putting greens, no wind, no spike marks, you know the putt is straight!  One of my keys to putting is to understand the difference between a good putt and a poor putt. You can misread a putt, pull it and hole the putt – does that make you a good putter? Indoor putting, by reducing the variability of how the ball rolls and bounces, will increase your level of feedback and understanding after each putt. The indoor gates also increases your focus over each putt, there is no point pushing, pulling or even guiding your putter, it is unlikely the ball will go through the gate consistently... you need to trust your alignment and make the best stroke possible! The ‘PH Indoor  Putting Gates’ provide immediate feedback for start direction of the golf ball. Start with the gate approximately one putter length away from your ball, increase the distance or reduce the size of the gate as your confidence grows! Size 0 doesn't allow for much deviation... Enjoy the challenge!
  • PH Outdoor Putting Gates

    £40.00
    Green reading is a fascinating and yet sometimes frustrating concept to master, trying to visualise break and speed, the effects of grain, wind and the occasional spike mark - is it any wonder that at times putting becomes nothing more than a case of hit and hope? Learning to recognise the true line of a breaking putt is the first step to building up your confidence.  One of my keys to putting is to understand the difference between a good putt and a poor putt. You can misread a putt, pull it and hole the putt - does that make you a good putter? Hey, you got lucky. but two wrongs don't always make a right. This style of putting would perhaps at best be streaky, but not one that will deliver a consistent, repeatable stroke. I find the majority of amateurs and even seasoned professionals tend to under-read breaking putts. The 'PH Outdoor Putting Gates' provide a graphic illustration that will enhance your ability to visualise the true break. Remember, gravity is a constant, but pace and line go hand in hand.
  • PH Spin Balls

    £15.00
    Ball Roll is a crucial part of putting, the impact of the putter when it makes contact with the ball occurs with less than a millisecond…  In order for the ball to stay on its intended line, it is important to strike the putt with a square face to target line and in the centre of gravity of the putter! The PH Spin Balls are a very simple, yet effective way to analyse your impact characteristics. The aim is simple, roll the ball with a perfect over spin motion, there should be no wobble on the rotation of the half black and half white ball. Align the line to your target, make your putt, what is happening to the line, cut spin, hook spin or have you pure overspin? Can you perfect your roll and spin! Using these balls on the practice green (even during practice rounds) gives you a fantastic visual about ultimately what matters most with your putting, the roll of your golf ball. Enjoy the spin challenge… The PH Spin Balls come in a pack of 3. The feel from the putter face is comparable to a ProV1 or similar premium golf ball. Causes of Inconsistent ‘SPIN & ROLL’ 
    • What is the relationship of the players putter face and path? Are they working together...
    • Inconsistent club face rotation or excessive club head twist ? Are you hitting the ball out of the same spot  (Heel / Toe / High / Low)
    • Inconsistent Ball Position – eyes often too far inside the line / or ball forward or back in stance?
    • Excessive body movement with hands flipping at impact creates backspin and inconsistent forward / backwards rotation
    • Check the putter for the following :  Degree of ‘Toe Hang’ / ‘Weight’ (shaft, grip & club head) ‘Length’ / ‘Grip Size’ 
  • 8 Mirror Putting Drills

    £4.99
    The graphics and tools provided by the Quintic Putting Alignment Mirror enable you to perfect consistent alignment of the putter face, shoulders and eye position during each putt. The Quintic Mirror can be used on all manner of putts, breaking, straight and varying lengths. Use this product indoors or on the practice putting green where tees can be used in specially designated positions to hold the mirror firmly in place...
  • PH Small Putting Mirror

    £30.00
    The PH Putting Alignment Mirror is a simple yet extremely effective training  tool, enabling golfers at all levels to improve their putting stroke. The small version of the PH Putting mirror is ideal for travelling to tournaments, training camps as well as for practice at home. It can be easily stored inside your golf bag... the dimensions are as follows: 12.7cm Width x 13.0cm Length. Each PH Small Putting Mirror comes with a zipped red logoed travel case for additional protection.
  • PH Putting Mirror

    £42.00
    The PH Putting Alignment Mirror is a simple yet extremely effective training  tool, enabling golfers at all levels to improve their putting stroke.
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    PH Aim Board

    £125.00
    There are only three conditions that can occur at impact with the putter and ball. The face of the putter is either open, square or closed to the putter’s path. The number of face angles and paths to make up these three conditions are however, infinite. During the past number of seasons on the PGA Tour, there are always a number of players who make 100% (minimum 400 attempts) of putts inside 3 feet. The putter face angle can be up to 2.60 degrees open or closed relative to the target line and the putt still drops from this range. (Target line = 0 degrees). But note from more than 8 feet that only a single degree closed or open will cause the ball to miss... Can a human with the naked eye see the difference between a putter that is square as opposed to one degree open or closed? No wonder the percentage of putts made on the PGA Tour drops off so quickly after 8 feet! “the putter face angle at impact is the biggest single factor for determining the horizontal start direction of the golf ball. A solidly struck putt (no putter twist) has a range of ±8% of Putter Face angle at Impact."  Putter face aim is often left to chance. Of course, the player is trying to align the putter to the target, but in reality how close are they? How can you measure the face aim accurately? The purpose of the PH aim board is to provide the golfer (and coach) immediate feedback as to their putter alignment by the mean of a laser reflecting onto the PH aim board. I am a very strong believer that if somebody always aims 2 degrees open to the target, it is not possible for them to consistently square the putter face at the moment of impact. Why have such compensations in your stroke?
  • PH Putting Entry Cup

    £15.00
    Green reading is a fascinating and yet sometimes frustrating concept to master, trying to visualise break and speed, the effects of grain, wind and the occasional spike mark you missed taping down - is it any wonder that, at times, putting becomes nothing more than 'hit and hope'? Learning to recognise the true line of a breaking putt is the first step to building up your confidence. Making a putt on a slope demands the perfect combination of speed and line. Remember, gravity is a constant. It is affecting the roll of the ball and how it breaks, therefore the slower the ball is rolling, the more gravity will affect the roll and line. There has always been a lot of discussion about how to best visualise the line of the putt across the green. Maybe the most popular notion is aiming the ball's initial starting line (a projected straight line) adjacent to the hole, followed by aiming the putter to that point. Regardless of technique, such visualising always stops at the hole!