Hi, my name is Alex Moore. I’m the guy that invented the ‘Synchronized Stroke’ and I have a very special relationship with distance control.
But it wasn’t always that way. With fairly ordinary distance control, like many, I was actually worse because I had the YIPS. My line control was so bad I couldn’t even hole out from 2ft – and it affected my love for the game.
Everything changed in 1997 and since then I’ve rolled over 2,000,000 straight putts. I’ve also worked with some of the world’s best AND tested every putter, stroke, grip and aid I could get my hands on.
Over the past 22 years I’ve given thousands of lessons & have hundreds of videos on YouTube. From my experience I can confidently recommend HOLEMORE as the fastest way to learn my stroke, or perfect yours. When I say ‘you’ll be rolling top-spin putts in a day’ AND ‘mastering distance control in a week,’ you can take it to the bank. Heck, I’ve even got a hack that’ll let you, like me, defeat the YIPS in an hour!
In addition, HOLEMORE makes your practice addictive! My promise is simple; Get HOLEMORE today and love your putting tomorrow. Here are four reasons you should give it a go:
#1 The Boomerang has been used by the World’s Best since I was inside the EPGA Tour ropes in the 90s.
#2 It’s so challenging you won’t be able to stop practicing.
#3 It’s portable, compact, crazy addictive, silent, efficient, fast & unique.
#4 If you don’t love it I’ll refund your money no questions asked
My claims about HOLEMORE are substantial, I know. But read the reviews below, on Google, or in your own forum, and check out some of my videos on YouTube. The claims are real, and my message is simple – If you don’t love your putting already, then you’re about to 🙂
Alex Moore – CEO – BoomerangPutting.com
- Tour Proven Putting Aid
- Kinetic Ball Returner
- Patented Skill Challenge
- Drainemall Tour Speed Putting Mat
- Improve your line, speed and confidence right out of the box
- Benefits everyone from beginners to tour pros
- Makes putting practice addictive and super focused
- Never move to retrieve a ball again
- Get tour quality feedback anywhere, anytime
- Banish the YIPS in an hour
- Learn top-spin in a day
- Fix your speed and distance in a week
- No batteries required
- Portable, easy set up and use
- No batteries required
- Portable, easy set up and use
I received my Boomerang Putting System in the mail last Friday. I’ve been using it for about thirty minutes a day and I’ve got to say I’m incredibly impressed with it. I’ve seen some brief reviews of the Boomerang and I wasn’t horribly impressed. It seemed so simple, just lag the first putt in, and strike it out with the second. I was really wrong. The Boomerang is marked by simplicity in design, but extreme difficulty in execution. Let me explain…
This contraption has helped everyone I know. Good putters get better and poor putters get decent… this thing reduced my putts per round significantly.
This is a very clever device. Not much to it, but there doesn’t have to be. It is much more challenging than any other device I have used, and more reliable in getting the ball back to you for the next shot than most. I like the fact that it has no cord or batteries, and it is clear this will grove your stroke more conveniently than most anything else.
I love the thing for just being able to pound out putt after putt. It is hard to stop the ball in the cup, but I’m getting decent at it. The main thing I’m concerned with putting at home is a good stroke and straight putt. This is great for practicing that considering the mat and ramp is only about 6 inches wide. The ball pretty much always gets returned within reach and you can easily hit 100 putts in a short session. With the speed of the mat and angle of the ramp, you’re practicing very long putts with only about 8-9 feet of distance, however I’ve found that it doesn’t mess up my distance control. I was at the practice green yesterday and was able to dial in the distance very quickly after two straight weeks on the boomerang.
The Boomerang is absolutely awesome. It forces you to really, really work on line and speed to the point that you have to be exact on both. It can be really frustrating during practice though, but I’ve found the tradeoff of less frustration when it matters to be worth it. Just make sure you practice different distances and whatnot. And as you don’t have to spend time shagging balls, you easily knock 3 times as many putts as you otherwise would if just knocking balls to a target in a given time. As for green reading, I’ve found that to be much easier to do when you know that the ball will go where you want it. So get the Boomerang, use it, and the rest will take care of itself.
I must say that for the first time in quite a while I feel pretty confident of getting close with my putting. The lengthening of the through swing and acceleration through the ball is providing me with a much smoother, repeatable stroke.
The more time you spend practicing with it, the better your putting will get, fact!.. For me personally it has helped MY putting stroke and has given me much more confidence.
I probably spent a good two hours each day on the Boomerang and I went from being horrible at this system to somewhat respectable… the results speak for themselves. It was pretty incredible. I was hitting putts within 6″ of the cup consistently. I can’t remember the last time I was putting so well and consistently. Probably not since High School when I played competitively 10-12yrs ago. That’s when I had the time and luxury to practice nearly everyday.
The boomerang is very unforgiving. I think it’s easy to lose sight that you might jump on it for 5 minutes and hit 30+ dead straight putts, with most likely to finish in close range, even if you only manage a couple of catch and releases in that figure. You tend to focus on the lack of C&R success but it is grooving your stroke with every putt. I think this is why I am seeing pretty good results even when I think I have not put the best stroke on it. I thought you putted pretty good ‘nut…? How many did you have?
31 putts today. Zero 3 putts. Ordinary at middle distance still. Haven’t practiced putting in 8 days but felt good over the lag putts straight after I rolled the first one. Continue to surprise myself with how good the result is even on ones I think I have fudged up.