About The Perfect Practice Putting Mat
The official golf putting green of former World #1 PGA Tour pro Dustin Johnson, the Perfect Practice Putting Mat enables enables you to level up his golf game indoors at home, in the office, or on-the-go. At 9′ 6″ long, these golf putting greens for indoor use feature 2-hole training to help improve your putting accuracy and reinforce the precision of each stroke.
Each Perfect Practice golf putting mat is crafted with a unique crystal velvet material, allowing your golf ball to effortlessly roll as if it were out on the greens. No need to collect each golf ball after every swing. Our golf putting mats use a convenient auto-return system that automatically rolls the ball back to you. Great for left- and right-handed golfers of all experience levels, this putting mat includes printed markings and lines to help hone your aim.
- Innovative skid and skip-free technology enables your ball to roll just like it would on the green.
- Clear-cut track lines help you determine the stance, alignment, and path needed to sink that hole-in-one
- 2 hole sizes allow golfers to practice precision and distance shots. Start by aiming for the larger regulation-sized hole, and work your way to putting into the reduced-sized hole.
- A strong and sturdy rubber bottom with a slip-free grip allows you to play on any surface.
*Available in standard, extra long, and Barstool editions.
M Stagg -Reviewed in the United States on July 27, 2022
“All you do is roll it out on a flat surface, line up the return slats and start putting. I am a beginner golfer in my late 50s, excited to finally get good enough to play with my older brother. I wanted to show off my skills, but he declared I was the worst putter he had ever seen in the entire world. That hurts but he was right that I was bad. Reclaiming my dignity began the moment this arrived. My accuracy and force are incredibly improved. The video coached me thru a grip modification that is a game changer for me. My brother doesn’t know it yet but I am going to crush him the next time we play a round.”