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TRACK FACE ALIGNMENT THROUGH THE PUTTING ARC

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The putting arc engraved onto the putter not only guides the proper stroke, it also maintains the face square throughout.. 

DYNAMIC ARC is etched into the head design for an unparalleled stroke guidance system.  For the first time, a conventional "putting arc" training system is incorporated right onto the putter itself, so that the golfer can use the putting arc in real time.

STROKE GUIDANCE SYSTEM

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TRUST THE SCIENCE. MAKE MORE PUTTS.

"Follow the DYNAMIC ARC and your ball will roll on-line, end-over-end, every time."  Just trust in science.

 

A basic physics calculation will confirm that if you execute a perfect arc, and your putter face remains square to that arc, the end result will be a ball rolling end-over-end, on-line, every time.  Put your intuition aside for a moment, as we consider the science.  It is important to realize that as the video proves, the dot is located at the center mass of the putter.  

 

Our intuition might tell us that we can take the putter straight back along the intended line on short putts.  But that logic is wrong.  

 

 

If you take the putter straight back and attempt to stroke straight through on the intended line, you are risking inconsistency, due to the fact that in order to keep the face square to the intended line, you must manipulate your hands and/or stroke to do so.  Many amateurs, and indeed, some pros, do this very well, but it takes a lot of practice, and nerves of steel, to be successful using this method.  The more natural stoke is an arc.  

 

 

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For many years, practice putting arcs have been around to help golfers learn that perfect stroke.  And now, Arcroll putters has positioned a putting arc right on the clubhead.  Because the putter head is moving throughout the stroke, the arc on the putter is also moving.  Because the arc is moving with the putter, it can be envisioned as a constantly changing DYNAMIC segment of the full arc.  So now the goal is for the golfer to keep the DYNAMIC ARC on its correct path.  The only way to achieve this is to maintain the orientation of that arc.  And if that orientation is maintained, another beautiful thing happens.  Because the putter head is also locked into that orientation, the result is a putter face that remains square to the arc throughout the stroke.  

 

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So the DYNAMIC ARC not only guides the stroke, it also maintains a perfectly square face throughout that stroke.  It's simply a matter of physics.  

 

Science confirms that the DYNAMIC ARC guides the proper back stroke which actually starts the mass of the putter approximately one degree inside the intended line, exactly where the ARC is aligned.  The fact is, that on the forward stroke, as the putter face is striking the ball, the mass of the putter is actually moving a degree to the right of the intended line.   But at this point, the putter face is leading the center mass by one degree and actually square to the intended line, and the rotational force of the putter will impact the ball and drive it straight down the intended line, even though the mass of the putter is moving one degree right of the intended line at that instant.  

 

This is exactly why the best teachers suggest that the proper back stroke begins by taking the putter back slightly inside the intended line of the putt.  The DYNAMIC ARC gives you the exact line to take, to achieve the perfect stroke.  But for this to work, you must accept and trust in science.  

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