Dead Zero Putting Disk: Sometimes in Golf it is the Small Things that Make a Difference

Posted in Sampson's Spotlight by on November 25th, 2013

Dead Zero - Putting DiskThe Claim: The Dead Zero Putting Disk is designed to improve any golfer’s focus and confidence by practicing with a target that is smaller than the actual target to improve your putting. The DZPD can be used on any surface, in any location and at any time to produce instant visual feedback. It is very simple. If the ball strikes the disk it is in the hole.

The Test: I practiced with the Putting Disk on my backyard green, downstairs in my basement and during a nice fall round at a local track. I practiced various lengths and breaks both putting and chipping. On the course I placed the aid on the green as if I were preparing for a tournament in a practice round where I thought pins would be. I practiced putts all around the hole and chipped from the spots near where the ideal miss would be. I also practiced the dreadful “tap in” over and over that we all miss at least a few times every season.

The Verdict: Practicing to a small object that you can see hit the target definitely improves you confidence more than putting to mini hole that some courses have on their practice greens, as those little holes tend to lip out too many putts. I really found it useful as a tournament confidence builder as well because you receive positive visual results from making putts in spots on the green where future tournament strokes will need to be made. The DZPD prepares you to leave the ball on the green where you have the confidence you will make the putt under pressure or have an easy up and down if the green is missed. I confirm to all golfers out there that the Dead Zero Putting Disk may be small but is sure to do big things for your golf game.


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Greg Sampson
I am the Sales and Marketing Manager for NEGM. I am a member of the International Network of Golf and the the Golf Writers Association of America. I specialize in training aids, equipment and facility reviews. Oh yeah I can play a bit too!
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