Below are some of the publications that have reviewed Puttout over the years
PUTTOUT PUTTING TRAINER IS SIMPLE APPROACH TO MAKING THE PUTTS THAT ARE SUPPOSED TO BE SIMPLE.
Putting trainers are about as common as coffee mugs and carpeting (and nearly as boring), and offices all around the world are filled with frustrated putters.
The golfers at Therefore, one of the U.K.’s top product design consultancy firms, know this feeling all too well. So they set about designing their own putting trainer that would be conceived with that frustration in mind. The result is PuttOUT, a non-mechanical, ball-returning putting trainer that seems no less artistic than it is functional…
LONDON DESIGN FIRM INTRODUCES PUTTOUT TRAINING AID
In the pantheon of indoor putting aids, you’ve basically got the glass laying on its side and this thing.
Not requiring electricity and a heckuva lot more aesthetically pleasing than our old green friend above is PuttOut. Developed in-house by London-based design firm Therefore, PuttOut is a simple, inexpensive (primarily) indoor putting solution.
I spoke with Cam Slaughter from Therefore about the training aid and its development…
PUTTOUT TRAINING AID REVIEW
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PuttOut is a putting aid that’s simple to use but nearly impossible to master. Fun and very effective.
One of the easiest ways to find the best products at a PGA Show is to look at what has made its way into other companies’ booths. By that measure, the PuttOut was a huge success…
THE PUTTOUT PRESSURE PUTT TRAINER REVIEW
When THP attended and covered the 2017 PGA Merchandise Show there was one constant in the majority of putter booths which we took note of, the PuttOut. From that point on, if one follows golf on social media then you know this little training devices has caught fire and shows no sign of slowing anytime soon. But, what exactly is the PuttOut and what does it intend to do? THP was able to get one in hand to answer that…
PUTTOUT PRESSURE PUTT TRAINER PRACTICE AID REVIEW
One of the favourite aspects of my golfing life is practising my putting on the lounge carpet at home. I guard against coffee tables and rugs infiltrating the arena and have long delayed the replacement of the carpet now that I have compressed the pile over time to get the right speed.
I like it because it is a flat neutral surface that you can practice those short range putts on and I usually do a drill involving holing out 3 balls from 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 feet using a hole shaped putting practice aid that really helps with the stroke and racking up the pressure…