Visio Putting Laser and Aim Board. Designed to provide accurate feedback on the degrees of error in your putting alignment at 3 known distances, the Putting Laser and Aim Board Pack combined to give you feedback on how well you can aim your putts.

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Features & Benefits

The new generation laser is equipped with a continuous on/off button. Press it once and the laser stays on; press again and the laser turns off. The laser is so powerful you can trace the aim path on the putting surface outdoors, no target backboard is required.

In addition, there is x1 full adjustable leg & ball head new edition Tripod. With all three legs attached the laser will shoot parallel to the ground and reflect off the target backboard. This method is preferred by many instructors for indoor use. It also comes in handy for coaches to calibrate your SAM, TOMI, Quintic, or other analysis systems.

Unscrew by hand the front bumper leg and you can trace the aim path on the putting surface, simply by tilting the base up and down. Assess alignment on short putts, long putts, straight and breaking putts. It’s a great tool to highlight aim points and train the eyes for improved alignment.

The laser also comes with an extra fitting which will enable you project a vertical beam from the unit rather than the spot. The vertical beam can then be used to place a line along the floor which can then act a chalk line or alignment aid.

The laser comes with a rechargeable battery, charger, and protective Visio Drawstring Pouch.

Product Specifications

  • 5mW 532nm is the most powerful output allowed for commercial use
  • 3.7V rechargeable battery, charge up to 500 times!
  • Battery charger with USB connection included

The Visio Aim Board compliments the Visio Laser and will give you accurate feedback on the degrees of error in your putting alignment at 3 known distances.

The triangular board has 3 sides. Each side represents a specific distance of either 5,10 or 15ft. On each side, there are markings that represent what various degrees of error would look like from that known distance.

For example, the 5ft side of the board shows marking for what 0.5, 1, 1.5 and 2 degrees of error would look like when putting from 5ft from the hole.

The board can fold up flat to allow for easy transporting and can be locked in place on the green with tee pegs through holes located on either side of the board.