Simulate real breaking putts with our revolutionary Breaking Balls!
3x Weighted Golf Balls simulate different levels of break:
- 1 x Heavy Break
- 1 x Medium Break
- 1 x Slight Break
By using the breaking balls, you get real-time feedback on your putts:
- Understanding the right amount of pace on a breaking putt
- Where to start your putt depending on the break
- Discover your tendencies on left to right, or right to left breaks. If you push or pull your putts, you'll know instantly.
- To make the practice as realistic as possible, our breaking balls replicate the feeling of a normal golf ball.
NB. Putting mat not included.
Simulate Breaking Putts at Home
Practice 90% of the putts you'll take on the golf course, at home, using our breaking balls.
Understand Pace Control
Pace is one of the most important factors on breaking putts, and by using our breaking balls you can learn how much pace is needed from different distances on breaking putts.
Discover Your Tendencies
If you tend to push or pull your putts on breaking putts, our patented breaking balls will give you instant feedback on both right to left and left to right breaking putts.
Understand the start line on your putts depending on the amount of break. Typically, golfers either start the ball too low, or too high depending on which way the break goes. By using the breaking balls, you'll work on a better start line.
What's in the Box?
- 3 x weighted golf balls that simulate different amounts of break.
- QR Code that gives you access to lessons created by Piers and Andy to help you master 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).