ACE Golf are proud to be associated with ground-breaking experts from AimPoint Golf. Having attended clinics themselves, ACE Golf Directors instantly struck up a relationship with Jamie Donaldson, European Coach for AimPoint. Various dates throughout the year have been planned at all our ACE Academies for AimPoint Clinics to be delivered.
AimPoint Technologies is a company focused on the science of predictive putt technology, green reading instruction, and player performance analysis, with the goal of improving golf performance and educating golfers in a quick and efficient manner. They developed the Emmy-winning and patented AimPoint technology which can accurately predict optimum putting parameters and putt trajectories from any point on a green to any other point. This technology has been used regularly on the Golf Channel since 2007 and won the George Wensel Award for Technical Achievement at the 2007 Sports Emmy Awards.
AimPoint founder, Mark Sweeney, was named one of golf's Top Innovators by Golf Digest Magazine, and was called "the best kept secret in golf" by the Golf Channel. He teaches a new highly effective green-reading method to professional, amateur, and junior golfers.
Whether you're a professional golfer, caddie, junior, or amateur golfer, AimPoint Green Reading will transform your game by teaching you the one aspect of putting which is never taught--exactly where to aim. Mark Sweeney has pioneered a revolutionary green-reading method based on the highly accurate, Emmy Award winning AimPoint Technology seen on the Golf Channel.
After going through the AimPoint Green Reading education, you will never again have to guess at how much a putts breaks. Any putt. Learn that putting is predictable and discover the most effective and reliable ways to determine the direction and precise amount of break for any putt, all based on gravity (only works on earth).
What You Will Learn-
How to accurately identify slope
How slope direction and grade affect break
How your position on the slope influences break and speed
How to identify your position on the slope
How to determine precise break amounts based on position
How to handle changing or multiple slopes
How position relates to speed control
How to determine optimum approach shot strategies
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