Make way for Stubby!

New putting aid

Bob Warters's picture
Wed, 5 Mar 2003

Make way for Stubby!
Make way for Stubby!
Stubby practice putter.

If you’re looking to improve your putting, take a tip from some of the best in the business – get yourself a ‘Stubby’.

It’s a new practice club from Never Compromise, which has helped top pros like Ernie Els, Vijay Singh, Jesper Parnevik and Paul McGinley hole more putts.

It’s designed to force golfers to focus on consistently hitting the ball on the sweet spot of the putter every time.

The makers say it allows you to adjust your alignment and tempo and concentrate on accurately rolling the ball. They say it also builds confidence – if you can putt with this you can putt with anything!

The Stubby’s reputed to give ‘instant feedback on miss-hits, improves stroke tempo, simplifies and refines your putting stroke and the small head helps track the putter on the proper swing plane.’

It’s the same width as the distinctive grey centre section on all Never Compromise products and carries the same overall head weight of 350 grams with 3.5 degrees of loft.

Apparently it conforms to R&A regulations so you can use it in competition – though I’d be frightened of missing the ball altogether! It costs £79.95 and for your nearest stockist call USP brands, the UK importers, on 0113 387 7700.