The Kure Putting Solution
Using 21st century Active Telemetry Technology, THE KURE improves your aim, alignment, ability to square the putter face at impact and rhythm in your putting stroke... all Guaranteed to drop 6 strokes off your game or your money back.
|THE KURE works on any style of putter, indoors or out and helps golfers of all ages and skill levels. Using Solid Golf's patented Active Telemetry Technology on the transmitter and the receiver, THE KURE's internal computers provide visual feedback to confirm when your putting stroke is correct. Once learned, this information can be recalled and repeated effortlessly, time and time again -- leading to more holed putts, lower golf scores and ultimately, more fun playing the game. |
BONUS - FREE Hardshell Travel Case and Instructional DVD featuring putting drills by Sir Nick Faldo
| Features: The Kure Putting Trainer || |
| • || Easy To Use |
| • || Works on Any Putter |
| • || Improve Your Putting in 7 Minutes |
| • || Portable, Fits Easily In Your Golf Bag |
| • || Works Indoors or Outdoors |
| • || Used by PGA Tour Pros |
| • || Adjusts for All Skill Levels |
| Technology || |
| How The Kure Was Developed|
Through 11 years of research we tested the fundamentals that must be met in order to produce a perfect putt. From our research we theorize that 4 fundamentals are absolutely required for perfect putting - Aim, Alignment, Putter Face Angle and Stroke Rhythm.
1. Aim - Research shows that about 90% of all golfers are not aiming the putter face at the intended target. Those putters that aren't aimed correctly yet still make the putt are a result of brain compensation for the error. This is why most of us are just plain lucky when a putt goes in the hole.
2. Alignment - Proper alignment and positioning your eyes directly over the ball are key to producing proper aim. A noted instructor once pointed this out by saying, "You can't aim a rifle if your eyes aren't direct over the barrel". It is the same for putting.
3. Putter Square To Target Line At Impact - Aim and alignment mean nothing if the putter face is not square to the target line at impact. This in one of the hardest putting principles to master.
4. Rhythmic Pendulum Stroke - A rhythmic stroke is very important to get the ball rolling with minimal skid so the ball will track straight on the target line. All of the best putters on tour have mastered this smooth stroke. This is also the best (perhaps only) way to control distance and eliminate the dreaded deceleration on short putts.
The inventors of The Kure have found no current training device or method that addresses all of these aspects. Thus, we developed The Kure, to fill that gap, as a simple device that would show putting technique flaws and help to self-correct them. Our product was developed to program the mind and body to repeat consistently, the techniques learned. Keeping in mind that it would need to be accomplished by a method that wasn't a crutch or appliance that would be gone when moving to the course, The Kure was scientifically and systematically developed as a solution for putting woes.
In developing The Kure we sought the help of Hi Tek Lighting in Arroyo Grande, California. Hi Tek designs and manufactures specialty lighting and guiding components for the aerospace industry. After 19 prototypes and eleven years later, we patented ACTIVE TELEMETRY TECHNOLOGY software and electronics that are now integral to The Kure. At last, we now have exactly what we set out to accomplish.
| Testimonials || |
| Sir Nick Faldo|
6-Time Major Champion
England's Sir Nick Faldo is regarded as one of golf's greatest shot-makers and is a true student of the game. Turning pro in 1976 and chosen in 1977 for his first of many Ryder Cup teams, Sir Nick Faldo continued to reigne as one of Europe's top golfers well through the 90's. In 1990 he became the first non-American to be named the PGA Player of the Year. After winning the Masters in 1996 Faldo expanded upon his career as a TV golf analyst. In his over 30 years as a pro golfer Faldo has six Major Championship wins, 42 tournament victories, and in 1988 was awarded an MBE for his services to the game of golf. Today Sir Nick Faldo operates Faldo Enterprises, including Faldo Academies, instructional facilities, and Faldo Design, a worldwide course-design company with projects now in over 25 countries.
Mike Shannon is considered the Worlds Best Putting Instructor and works with many PGA Tour players. A short game expert, Shannon has made numerous television appearances, including an appearance on the Golf Channel's Golf Academy Live.¯ He is the Putting Instuctor at The Sea Island Golf Learning Center and was named a Top Teacher in both Golf Digest and Golf Magazine from 2000 to 2003.
Dr. Craig Farnsworth
Sports Vision Specialist
Dr. Farnsworth is one of the world's foremost sports vision specialist and performance enhancement experts. Whether a one day or four day presentation, everyone can take home techniques and strategies to improve one's skill and abilities in order to cope with the challenges of golf, business and everyday life. Dr. Farnsworth has a proven track record of providing captivating, hands on, audience participation workshops and lectures. His integrated training techniques offer thought provoking descriptions of performance.
Top Golf Instructor
Tom Patri, One of Golf Magazine's Top 100 Teachers in America, has been on a steady raise in golf's teaching and coaching arena over the past 15 years. In 1990 he became Director of Instruction at the prestigious Westchester Country Club in Rye, New York.
PGA/LPGA Golf Instructor
Todd Sones began his golf career in 1981. After working as a club professional for 15 years, he decided to completely turn his attention to teaching golf, opening Impact Golf in 1998. Scott McCarron, Robert Gamez, Shaun Micheel, Jay Williamson, Steve Jones, Paul Goydos, Stephanie Louden, and Hillary Lunke are among the PGA/LPGA professionals who have worked with Todd. Todd has been voted one of the Top 100 Golf Instructors in American by Golf Magazine since 1995 and has twice been named Teacher of the Year in Illinois PGA. Todd has published over 70 articles in major publications, such as Golf Digest and Golf Magazine. Todd has also published two successful books; Lights Out Putting¯ and Saving Par¯.