I’ve featured the EEZ Read here a few times. This product is exactly the same concept as that one, with a different package.
The Sure Putt is a green reader with a bubble level inside. Place the unit in your line on the green and you can see how much break there is. To get better reads, place the unit in multiple locations of the putt line.
The construction of this unit is nice. The casing is aluminum and the text is milled. I’d say that whoever is doing their milling should get a raise because it is so good.
The unit could also be used as a large ball marker I suppose.
Note, this reader is not legal to use in tournament play or stipulated rounds.
When most golf groups are trying to determine who has the honor on the first tee, they throw a tee on the ground and whoever the tee is pointing toward has the honor. Throw it a 2nd time to pick the 2nd player and so on.
If you want a more “elegant” way of accomplishing the same thing, and only having to do it once rather than throwing the tee several times, check out the Starter Coin.
Along with being an honor “decider” (thanks Bush), the unit can be used as a large ball marker, or a smaller magnetic ball marker inside the coin can be used.
There are a few optional phrases you can choose, like “that’s how I roll” and “no putts, no glory.”
At $12 shipped, this isn’t exactly an inexpensive “decider” when a simple golf tee could do the same thing, but the construction and look of the coin is nice.
Yes I’m still cranking out my videos of this year’s show, a week later. I have so many I didn’t want to post them all at the same time.
So here are my VERY good friends at Tattoo Golf. As you can tell, I like skulls. These guys are the kings of putting skulls on golf gear. Go to Tattoo Golf and buy a bunch of stuff and support these cool guys!
Tattoo Golf is also a confirmed sponsor of HOG Space fantasy golf. They’ll be providing some of their killer products as prizes. Sign up (free) and win some of their gear.
Continuing on with my head mounted GoPro HD video virtual tours from the show, here’s the PING booth. I also exit the back of the booth and walk over to their section of the show’s indoor driving range.