Whether you’re a professional golfer, caddie, junior, or amateur golfer, AimPoint Green Reading will transform your game by teaching you the one aspect of putting which is never taught–exactly where to aim.
After going through the AimPoint Green Reading education, you will never again have to guess at how much a putt breaks. Any putt. Learn that putting is predictable and discover the most effective and reliable ways to determine the direction and precise amount of break for any putt, all based on gravity (only works on planet earth).
Andy, I can't thank you enough. Between the new putter, the SamPutt training, the routine lesson and the AimPoint class I'm really straightened out. I played nine this morning got through with 15 putts and made everything inside 10 ft. It takes so much pressure off my lag putting. I had a nice eagle over the weekend too.
Every year I partner with other top instructors to expand the offerings of my golf schools. I am extremely particular with who I partner. I want the methodology and information presented to be consistent with our instruction programs. Andy Thompson is a top notch instructor and person. I highly recommend him!
Christopher M. Foley
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$200 to learn to read greens and use aim-point? I thought it was too much money for something I thought I already knew how to do. A few terrible misreads and realizing that my putting stats weren't very good away from my "home" course changed my thinking and I decided to take the aim-point green reading course. It was time and money well spent. My green reading is not 100% perfect, but it's a lot closer than before. It certainly leads to more confident putting when you have a definitive amount of break known instead of making a wild guess. The technology of the new golf clubs is great, but dollar for dollar, I think the aim-point class is a better investment in your game.
I am using the AimPoint Express with much success. I am enjoying my best putting ever! I shot my best 18 hole round ever a few weeks ago (a 6-under 66) and a few weeks before that I shot 68 with a streak of 6 straight birdies for a 6-under 30 on the front nine (my best 9 hole round ever). On the 6 birdie streak, 5 of the birdies were from 8-15 feet (not tap-ins!). I play most of my golf at my home course, and I find that even though I know which way the greens roll, this system helps me take the guesswork out of exactly how much break is in the putt. I also agree with your statement from class that having confidence in my line helps me put a confident roll on the ball instead of being tentative, hoping I have the line correct, or worst case, altering my stroke at the last minute thinking I have the wrong line. I just read it, step up with confidence, and roll it on that line. And the results are amazing. People kid me about the finger thing at first (e.g “OK Adam Scott….”), but once they see me roll the putts in they get quiet in a hurry. On long putts of 20-40 feet, I am making more of these than I ever have, and the ones that I miss are burning the edges. Every putt I hit seems to have a chance to go in. I told a friend that I am putting so well that I’m just trying to get my approach on the green because I feel like I can make anything. It’s really fun!
Thanks for following up – all is going well!
Thank you again for your update on aim point. I have found aim point to be extremely helpful. In particular, it has taught me 3 things which have dramatically improved my golf scores:
1. I have learned to differentiate my technical stroke from my read of the putt.
2. I have corrected most of my misses to the high side which have resulted in substantially shorter come back putts.
3. My distance control has improved in large part due to confidence of my reads. I know that even if I miss, I will be pretty close.
AimPoint Express one on one. Cost is $150 per hour.
AimPoint Player Development Training – must have taken AimPoint Express Clinics 1 & 2 classes for this training.
If you wish to take you AimPoint Express training to the next level, Andy offers an individual training program to dial in your reads like touring pros. AimPoint Express Clinics 1 & 2 are required before player development is offered.
The AimPoint Speed Class is new for 2016 and will teach you how to understand changing speed conditions, uphill and downhill adjustments, and how to train yourself. This class will dramatically improve your overall putting performance. The Express Read is a pre-requisite for this class.
If you are a caddy, learning AimPoint Express will help you become more sought after, make more money and help your players reduce their score.
Please call 612-803-1500 to discuss setting up a group clinic for your caddies.
AIMPOINT Clinics at Totally Driven 6529 Cecilia Circle, Edina MN
|Mar 23, 2019||Totally Driven||X1, X2||Edina, MN||Andrew Thompson||9:00am|
|Mar 20, 2019||Totally Driven||X3||Edina, MN||Andrew Thompson||6:30pm|
|Mar 16, 2019||Totally Driven||X1,X2||Edina, MN||Andrew Thompson||12:00pm|
|Mar 16, 2019||Totally Driven||X3||Edina, MN||Andrew Thompson||10:00am|
|Mar 09, 2019||Totally Driven||X3||Edina, MN||Andrew Thompson||3:00pm|
|Mar 06, 2019||Totally Driven||X3||Edina, MN||Andrew Thompson||7:00pm|
Attending an AimPoint Express Clinic is the most cost effective way to learn this exciting new method for reading greens that is taking over all major tours, colleges and now coming to you!
Clinics are 8-1 ratio at most and you will learn how to read any putt on any green.
Andy travels extensively throughout the 5 state area and will also travel to your site anywhere in the US. When traveling every attempt is made to partner with other AimPoint Instructors and your PGA Pro to give you the best experience possible. If you are a PGA Professional looking to bring a putting clinic to or AimPoint Express Clinic to your facility, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-803-1500
Bringing AimPoint Express to your club will help your members putt better and give you opportunities for additional lessons and putter fittings.
I took the AimPoint Level 1 and 2 course in the spring of 2014. I used to average 36 putts per round. Now I average 32 putts per round. My handicap index has dropped 5 points since the beginning of the 2014 recording season.