The Breaking Ball Putting Mat
Over 90% of putts are affected by the slope on the putting green. So why do we practise straight putts! Use our revolutionary breaking golf balls with our unique putting mat and improve your short game.
Mini-Series Training Videos included:
- VIDEO 1 - Putting Setup
- VIDEO 2 - Smooth Putting Stroke
- VIDEO 3 - Allow for the Break
- VIDEO 4 - Putting Routine
- VIDEO 5 - Every Putt Challenge
1 x The Breaking Ball Putting Mat (available in 3 Sizes):
- Mat sizes (7.5 x 1.6 ft), (11 x 2.2 ft) & (14 x 2.2 ft)
- Comes in a protective carry case
- Includes 3 Breaking Balls™ (slight, medium & heavy breaking)
Simulate Breaking Putts at Home
" The most significant advancement in home putting since the putting mat "
Practice Breaking Putts at Home
Practice left and right breaking putts to improve your real-life game experience. Gain confidence out on the course by following our exclusive tips and drills.
Mini-Series Training Videos
Let Piers and Andy show you how to get the most out of your breaking balls putting mat. With 5 training drills to improve your putting
Start Line Markings
Improve your putting setup with the marking on the mat and learn how to start the ball on-line every time!
Our golf ball technology is a perfect simulation of real-world breaking putts, achieved by weight biased golf balls.
3 Different Sizes
Three different sized putting mats, ideal for any home or golf studio. Practice your short or medium breaking putts.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I access the Me and My Golf training videos?
Inside the box is a leaflet stating how to watch the training videos. Simple scan the QR code on the leaflet and should be taken to the Me and My Golf website. Either register for free or login and you’ll have full access to the videos.
What speed on the stimp metre is the putting mat?
The mat rolls at a medium to fast pace, depending on the floors surface. We find putting on hard floors roll faster than say a softer surface like carpet. We feel the mat is around 11 on the stimp meter just below the PGA TOUR average.
How do I know which way the ball will break?
All breaking balls have a line down the middle with a weight on the side of the ball. When positioning the ball on the mat the line should be aimed at your start line with eight the weight on the left or right. If the weight is on the left the ball will break toward the left (right to left putt).