“$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.”