Edward LeBeau, President Heartland Golf Schools
"I would suggest that the Putter Cross can result in a major improvement in square contact and a minor improvement in adequate swing size. Square contact will result when the hands do not roll (i.e. Turn the clubface) and when the wrist do not hinge (i.e. Using the right hand to hit the ball). If you would imagine a club shaft laying across your biceps (e.g. One end at your left and the other end at your right). The clubface and the logoed surface of the Putter Cross could be seen as being parallel to that club shaft. During the swing if the perpendicularity does not change the club face will not change from its address orientation and therefore return to and contact the ball as the clubface was at address. In a less descriptive manner you could describe this in the manner often heard among better players--”quiet hands”. Your putt in the video exemplifies this."
Kevin Jesse - 8 hdcp, Bryant Stickels - 16 hdcp and Mark Charnot - 24 hdcp
"I bought your Putter Cross at the St. Charles golf expo. Just wanted to let you know it received favorable feedback from a low, mid and high handicapper in our office. We have all experimented and practiced with it. We agreed across the board that it does indeed improve keeping the putter face square on impact regardless if you’re an arc putter or a straight back and through stroke. Great new product!"
Andrew Miller - 14 hdcp
"I purchased the Putter Cross from you off ebay. I can already see an improvement in my putting game. Thanks for helping me shave 3-4 strokes off my scores!"
Ted Cassimatis - 18 hdcp
"I am a recreational golfer and purchased the Putter Cross from you to help my putting and chipping. Wow, what a great aid! I use it when I am chipping and putting to get better results from my short practice sessions. Thanks!"
Matt Tindira - 24 hdcp
"I recently had an accident that limited me off the tee so the only way I am going to lower my score is by improving my short game and putting. In just a short time with the Putter Cross I can already see that my confidence is building and my scores are going down!"