Over the years, I have purchased several EyeLine Golf training aids: the Sweet Spot 360 (for putting), the Speed Trap (for swing plane and chipping), and most recently, the Putting Alignment Mirror.
Since its inception in 2002, the company based out of Greeley, Colorado, has come up with some of the industry’s most ground-breaking training aids. EyeLine Golf is the No. 1 training aid company in professional golf, and in 2013 alone, over 230 players on the PGA, LPGA, and Web.com tours chose EyeLine Golf training aids.
But the Putting Alignment Mirror has been getting a lot of attention lately. You may have seen Jason Day using it en route to the PGA Championship, former World No. 1 Rory McIlroy used it before the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay, and Rickie Fowler warmed up with it before winning The Players Championship in May.
The number of PGA Tour players using this particular training aid alone is pretty staggering: 6 of the Top 7 finishers at the PGA Championship at Whistling Straits and 14 of the Top 20 in the Official World Golf Rankings. Here’s how they practice with it:
If you log on to eyelinegolf.com, you can read about all the recent Tour sightings involving various Eyeline Golf training aids. They’re good, and they work.
The small Putting Alignment Mirror will set you back $39.95, but several of my Golf Academy classmates got it on Amazon for around $30 including shipping. It’s made me a better putter, and it’ll make you a better putter too.