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Blast Golf 360

Putting is one of the more elusive parts of the game that is not well understood or taught properly.

"There is definitely a need for a process to improve a person's ability to putt well. Putter fitting, good green reading skills and a good set-up procedure are part of this.


So is working on your stroke mechanics. And this is where the Blast Golf 360 Putting System comes in -- by analyzing and assessing your putting stroke using the Golf 360 technology, we can develop a program for improvement. I was the first professional in the New York City area to visit and train at the Blast headquarters in Carlsbad, California".

-- John Hobbins

Putting at sunset at Pebble Beach Golf Links

Blast Golf 360 analyzes your putting stroke


With every putting lesson I give I utilize the technology that Blast Golf 360 has to offer. Blast Golf offers a full platform of technology as well as a back end portal of information for a total putting solution platform. The Blast sensor weighs only a few grams and fits on the grip end of the putter. Through the usage of this sensor and an app which downloads to my iPhone I can capture eleven metrics of your putting stroke. These metrics tell the story of the motion of your putting stroke and allows us to determine how we can further improve your putting performance.

Blast Golf captures these eleven metrics:

• Back Stroke Timing (seconds)

• Forward Stroke Timing (seconds)

• Total Stroke Time (seconds)

Tempo (Ratio of timing metrics)

• Back Stroke Length (inches)

• Impact stroke Speed (mph)

• Back Stroke Rotation (degrees)

• Forward Stroke Rotation (degrees)

• Rotation Change (degrees)

• Lie Angle Change (degrees)

• Shaft Loft Change (degrees)

Timing is a critial element of a putting stroke
Blast can measure putting data
Putting putting data can assist the player in improving putting performance
Putting stroke data provided by Blast
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