Golf is a complicated sport and requires a certain amount of practice to be able to get to a decent level and perform well on the real golf course. Many beginners end up extremely frustrated and lose interest rather quickly. They often want to rush to play on the course and are reluctant to put the necessary time in on the practice range before attempting to play on the real course.
Since the modern game of golf originated in Scotland in the 15th century, players have been in search of the perfect putting stroke. It has been a problem that has plagued players for centuries and this is evident by the fact that today there are thousands of different putters and thousands of different styles used. We see top pros regularly miss tiny putts and 3 putt from close range. Players are constantly searching for new and advanced technology and more effective methods to improve their putting and lower their scores.