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AUSSIE LINE & DISTANCE GURU









My name is Alexander Moore and my dream is for every golfer to have TOTAL control over their ball, just like me.

The seeds of my dream were sewn in 1997 when, tired of chasing putts around the living room, I combined a skill challenge with a ball returner.

I loved the novelty of standing in one spot to practice, and never having to change my setup to fetch balls. My device was so forgiving even woefully bad putts came back to me, just like a Boomerang.

At the same time my device, which I called a Boomerang, was also a clinical test of line and distance control. Instantly addicted to the challenge, the more I played the better my stroke became. Then one day, purely by chance, I happened to synchronize my putter and ball. It was like flicking a switch for amazing control!

Fifteen years on, and synchronization continues to make my technique, BoomTech, the fastest way for anyone to improve their line and distance control! Consistency AND confidence under pressure come as standard!

My BoomTech features a yip-busting grip, a goal orientated stance, and my unique synchronized stroke. To make learning each part fast and efficient I offer a TOTAL PUTTING SOLUTION.

My TPS features a Boomerang putter, one of my patented Boomerang 3-in-1 devices, two special surfaces AND my lesson & drills. Heck, I'll even give you one-on-one tuition by Skype, if you want.

Order a TPS today and I don't care how bad you're putting at the moment, with BoomTech I guarantee you'll have line, distance and confidence too - all in under a month!

Love Your Putting!

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Alexander Moore
BoomerangPutting.com









BOOMTECH PUTTERS

 


PUTTERS

PERFECT BALANCE

My EZ-1 & Bully are both hyper-face-balanced, by hand, by me in Australia. Why is that important? It's important because when I blind test putters, a balanced putter makes the ball go where I expect, an unbalanced putter does not. And, the worse the balance, the worse the miss.



SINGLE SET UP

My EZ-1 and Bully both have flat soles. It's their way of talking to you. They're saying, 'to get the best from our balance, please use us exactly like this...' Hear any other putters talk to you, before you even get them?



OWN TECHNIQUE

My putters aren't just superb quality, easy to aim, easy to use, supremely accurate AND incredibly consistent... They're also amongst the only putters in the world that come with they're own putting stroke. My putters have been made specifically for the Boomerang Technique.

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BT TRAINER



BT TRAINER

Thousands of reps with tour quality feedback, the BT PUTTING TRAINER is so challenging you don't even feel like you're practicing!

To tame the BT PUTTING TRAINER requires masterful control of line and length. The ball comes back, like a Boomerang, for anything less. Working in three ways the device is incredibly efficient, totally addictive and instantly rewarding in terms of holing more putts.

Whether you intend to learn BoomTech, or just want to mend an ailing stroke, I'd really encourage you get a BT Trainer. It's an inexpensive, invaluable piece of kit, designed to speed up the learning process considerably.

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DUAL SPEED SURFACE



SURFACES

I'm really proud of my TROON Dual Speed Putting Mat. Inexpensive, lightweight and portable, one side stimps at eight, fast regular according to the USGA, and is a good match for average club green speeds.

Want to test yourself against something faster? Just flip your TROON mat over for a surface that stimps at over 11! Rated by the USGA as fast tournament, it's a complete examination for the best technique. Fast tournament speed surfaces are what the big boys putt on!

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CUSTOMER FEEDBACK



IT'S A TRICK!

So, what is it? In a word, it's a trick! The BT Trainer looks so easy, but it's not. It looks quite tolerant, but it's not. It looks like a toy, but it's not. It's a trick!

The BT Trainer is hard to master. It takes precision and allows little margin for inaccuracy. This little gadget will do so much more for your putting, than you'll expect from a device this simple.

The setup is easy. You clip the stand to the board and you're good to go. Put it on your living room carpet, over an old putting mat or get one of the 3 specially designed mats, with a stimp best fitting your normal course conditions. You can putt on a hardwood floor if you like, but I do suggest a carpet or a mat.

That's it! Start hitting those putts, and the first benefit shows up, right away: When you miss, the ball comes right back to you, and you're good to go again. That means you can do a lot of repetitions in a very short time, meaning you can get valuable practice in, even if you only have 5-10 minutes on hand.

The drill itself is easy to grasp. You hit a ball into the hole-sized depression at the top, and then you hit another ball up, to knock the first one back down. But here's where it gets tricky. In order for the depression (henceforth: 'hole') to catch the ball, the speed has to be just right. The margin allowed is appx half the width of a hole, from the front lip, to the middle of the hole. If your putt is longer than that, it can be dead center, perfect line, the hole won't catch. Also, if your putt isn't dead center, the ball will roll on the lip, and margins will be even smaller, often returning the ball to you.

I haven't done the math on this, but from feel, I would say, that the margin for catching the ball, roughly translates to a foot past the hole on a flat surface, at the most.

Imagine if you could get your speed right to inside a foot past the hole on every lag putt you hit. Just imagine.

OK, so now you have a ball caught in the hole. Now you have to release it. This takes a slightly different, firmer putt - not much, just slightly - you know, like that confident stroke you use to take a bit of break out on short putts. Firmer, but only slightly!

And here's the other tricky part: If the second putt is not dead center, it will not transfer it's energy to the first ball correctly, and the ball won't release. You need to miss inside 1/4 of the width of the ball, perhaps even less, to get a proper release.

So, while your trying to get the speed right, you actually learn to hit dead straight putts too.

Imagine if you could hit every 6-footer inside 1/4 of a balls width off your intended line. Not to mention every 15-footer. Just imagine.

Does it work? Absolutely. I took this opportunity to break in a new putter, that I bought in the fall, but didn't feel too comfortable with, so I quickly went back to my old putter. A couple of thousand putts has definitely helped already. My tempo has improved, my consistency has improved (my record for catch/release sequences is 4 at the moment - plenty of room for further improvement) and my precision has improved, especially on the firm putts, where I had a tendency to 'pull' and miss left. I'm without a doubt rolling the ball a lot better and with more control of distance, and I'm also rolling them straight on the intended line.

No matter how steep a slope you're putting across, from a mechanical point of view, every putt is straight. If you can start the ball on your intended line, and roll it with a speed appx 1' past the hole, you have the best possible foundation for making the putt.

I feel the BT Trainer is a brilliant way to build this foundation.

Happy putting!

Lars Olufson - Via Facebook






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