Laser Golf Ball Training Device: U.S. Patent # 6,579,191
The Laser Ball Golf Training Device has a laser mounted inside of the golf ball. It emits a precise laser dot to show the projected path of the golf ball. The laser-dot is emitted from the golf ball, rather than the putter. It is the only patented golf training aid that does this; as a result, it is incredibly accurate.
How accurate is it?
The mechanical putting instrument records the accuracy, and the golf ball comes within 2 inches of a perfectly straight line on a 100 foot putt! NOTE: The test instrument can putt a golf ball on a perfect surface into a cup 100 feet away.
The laser is activated when the ball is hit, but there is no need to chase after your golf balls when you use the Laser Putter. Simply reset and putt again. As the photo below illustrates, the Laser Putter uses free-standing, color-coded crosshair targets to aim at when putting. As an added benefit, it doubles as a great multiple-player game of competitive golf, limited only by your imagination. Notice the laser dot pointed on the center target (circled) ...
Since the golf ball is laser-guided, it does not actually roll on the ground. As a result, there is no "ground interference." The Laser Putter allows you to observe, with great precision, your true putting accuracy, as well as identify even the most minute bad habits -- habits which would otherwise not be noticeable. Designed for both left-handed and right-handed golfers, the Laser Putter is lightweight and portable. There are many more features and embodiments.
This new invention is available for license. The inventor has a working prototype. Please call for details.
Inventor: Todd Hambly, 174 Beverly
Drive, Barnegat, NJ 08005
Phone: (609) 698-7521
E-mail: [email protected]