We developed a training program, which helps you to work on your feel and touch. With only a few training sessions a week, we promise that you will improve your game. This revolutionary training approach is scientifically proven. Take your time to develop your feel and touch and go through the training sessions step by step. You decide whether to move on or to stick to the training session for a while.
Learn to shift focus from sight to feel
In Level 1, we want you to rediscover your ability to focus on feel. There is more than one “feel”, though. Within the 7 exercises you will vary your focus between feel for the impact and feel for the movement. There is no better or worse feel focus. You will have to decide for yourself, which focus suits your personality and your game the most. But stay open to all feel foci as you might become best at one, that you did not prefer in the beginning.
Putting I Level 1 I Exercise 2
Take 3 to 5 Balls and find a free Spot on the practice green leaving room for putts from 4 to 30 feet. In this exercise, do not put towards a hole. In Exercise 2, it is not about making a good putt or hitting the ball perfectlyevery time. Focus on what your body movement feels like. Especially focus on balance.
- Switch on your SensuDetector and Glasses
- place SensuDetector on Putting green leaving room for a putt off 6 to 9 feet (2 to 3 meters)
- Put on your SensuGlasses
- Place Ball approx. ½ foot / 15 cm infront of the SensuDetector
A) Switch on your SensuGlasses.
Hit 5 soft putts using your SensuGlasses to approx. 4 to 6 feet (1,5 to 2 meters) Only focus on what being in or off balance feels like to you.
B) Switch off your SensuGlasses.
Hit 1 soft putt not using your SensuGlasses to approx. 4 to 6 feet (1,5 to 2 meters)
Repeat AB to a total of 5 rounds
Repeat 5 rounds for medium putts to approx. 15 feet (5 meters)
Repeat 5 rounds for hard putts to approx. 30 feet (10 meters)
What do I focus on specifically when focusing on balance.
What does being in balance and being off balance feel like – in soft, medium and hard putts.
What is different with/without SensuGlasses.
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