The Bickler putting aid attaches to the top of your grip training you to maintain a constant and proper angle between the forearm and the putter shaft. You are taught to keep the face square at impact and to maintain a square-to-square stroke.
The innovative design of Bickler
Putting Aids will train any golfer to maintain a constant and proper angle between the forearm and the putter shaft so that the face of the putter is always square to the ball at impact.
Use with any standard putter...
Attach the Bickler putting trainer by inserting the pointed tab into the small hole on the top end of your putter. Using your regular putting grip, press your forearm against the Bickler's specially-shaped flange. Maintain slight pressure against the flange throughout the
putting stroke and you'll develop a rhythmical, firm, and consistent putting stroke.
The Bickler is fully adjustable...
The forearm band is adjustable by hand to fit your forearm and your putting style. Simply grasp the special heat-treated metal on both sides of the forearm band and bend it to fit comfortably over your forearm.
The flange arm rod can also be adjusted to fit your putting style. To open up or close the flange arm rod we recommend that you place the Bickler in a vice and adjust only the flange arm. The straight arm rod arm should remain straight.
putting trainer may also be moved up on the grip by simply pulling the tab out until it matches your usual putting grip. The tab does not have to go, all the way into the grip.
Three easy steps to better putting...
- Hold the Bickler
putting aid with the curved flange pointed up so that the assembly resembles the letter "V". Firmly press the Bickler's pointed tab down into the small hole on the upper end of the grip of your putter
- Hold the putter with your usual grip and rest your right forearm (left forearm for left-handed golfers) against the curved flange. Align the club so that the center of the palm of your hand lines up with the metal rod below the flange.
- Maintain gentle
pressure on your forearm and the center of the palm of your hand as you take a
stroke with the putter. This may feel awkward at first, but regular, continued
practice aids you in developing a rhythmical, firm, and consistent stroke.