Thursday, September 4, 2008

How The TOMI Putting System Works

The Tomi Putting System is great putting training tool to use with your putting stroke. We are often asked how it works. Well, here is how it works. The Tomi's transmitter clip moves in perfect unison with the putter. The clip signals putter motions to the Tomi base unit. In turn, the base unit performs a sequence of algorithms and transmits results to the system pc. Then the Tomi's stroke analysis software converts the data into easy-to-understand and easy-to-explain charts and graphs right on your computer screen.

What does it mean in English? The TOMI putting training aid evaluates a putting stroke and with the use of the software, Marius will give you constructive feedback on how to improve your putting stroke. TOMI will see flawed stroke angles and motions that often go unnoticed, even to expert eyes. The Tomi will capture all of the following data and display it for you: Alignment at Impact, Stroke Path Direction, Backward Stroke Rotation, Forward Stroke Rotation, and Speed at Impact. The Tomi Putting System captures, records and gives real-time feedback on your stroke. You will feel like you are taking a personalized putting lesson from one of the world's top putting instructors, Marius Filmalter whenever you are using the unit.

The Tomi putting stroke training aid records the most critical parameters of your putting stroke in real-time. Tomi shows you what you're doing right as well as what you're doing wrong. Then tells you how to fix your problem by giving you the putting drills that you will need to become a great putter.

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