Package includes:

  • LO v.III green laser secured in laser mount. (The LO v.III Deluxe model is further mounted and calibrated to a triangular base.)
  • 18650 3.7v rechargeable battery with built in USB.
  • USB cord
  • Wireless ON/OFF Remote Control
  • Tripod

Usage tips:

  • Fully charge the battery until green indicator light on battery appears. This will maximize battery usage time. To charge battery, simply access USB port with USB cord. There is a small indicator light located on the battery (red needs charge, green fully charged). Like your cell phone, based upon charge level, it could take in excess of +2 hours to charge.
  • Also similar to your cell phone, you can connect the USB cord and run virtually AC/DC. Remove the rubber cap and the port will allow access to the battery’s USB port.
  • Mount LO v.III laser to tripod and you are ready to go.
  • Push the ON/OFF button in the rear of the battery cap to operate.
  • The wireless remote should operate effectively from +15 feet at angle surrounding unit.  To operate, remove the protective tab by pulling. I recommend you reinsert the tab after usage to ensure battery power is not used.
  • There is a red light near the base of the antennae indicating the unit is ON. In the ON position, the Wireless Remote will operate ON/OFF. Be sure to turn the unit OFF (note red indicator light is OFF) after usage. If the red indicator light is ON and laser light is OFF, it will continue to use battery.
  • Project start lines, entry lines, and laser “chalk line”.
  • Use the Wireless Remote to strategically turn laser ON/OFF to hone and assess visualization skills. Ideal conditions are early morning, late afternoon, overcast skies, and shadows. I personally prefer projecting shorter start lines (2’) for breaking putts to allow the imagination to visualize the complete path. Shorter lines can be seen in brighter sun conditions.
  • The LO v.III Deluxe model projects a line perpendicular to the triangular base. Squaring the base to a putter face, the line will indicate exactly where the putter face is aimed. Please note that all lasers do not project the line perfectly parallel to the tube. As a result, some laser tubes may appear slightly askew, but the actual line is calibrated accurately.
  • You also have the option to remove the battery and use a standard charger. Some chargers may achieve complete the fully charged process a little quicker.

A few helpful Laser tips about lasers...

  • Lasers best operate in mild conditions. Extreme cold or heat may weaken the projection results. For example, do not store the unit in a hot car, or trunk.
  • NEVER point a laser pointer of any power at anybody. Do NOT point at aircraft; Big Brother will come looking for you.
  • Avoid "mirror like" (specular) targets and NEVER - NEVER stare into a pointer! Also, NEVER view a laser beam using an optical instrument, such as binoculars, microscope, etc. 
  • These laser pointers are not toys and should not be used by small children.

Laser Optics v.III User Guidelines

Wright Putting Dynamics

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Laser Optics v.I User Guidelines

Frequently Asked Questions:

  • Can the laser be seen in the bright sunlight?  Unfortunately, the bright sunlight will filter out most lasers. The longer the line is stretched, the more the power is dispersed, and the fainter the line becomes. However, you can effectively project 2-3' start lines, even in brighter conditions.
  • How long does the battery charge last?  A fully charged 18650 3.7v battery will last +2 hours when left on continuously.  You can purchase additional batteries from the website
  • Do you provide a product warranty? Yes, each laser and remote carries a warranty for 90 days. However, we pride ourselves in ensuring your satisfaction with the product.

Guidelines for Laser Optics v.I 

Package includes:

  • High power green laser with continuous On/Off button
  • Mounted to 3-legged laser platform. Laser is calibrated to project a point perpendicular to the base of the platform. Front leg is adjustable to control the vertical position of the laser point.
  • 16340 700mAh 3.7v rechargeable lithium battery
  • Target Backboard

My general steps to assess aim on a straight putt are…

  • Select a straight putt at a length of 8-10 feet. I use the Perfect Putter to select the straight putt. I want to ensure there nothing that might influence a misalignment.
  • I then instruct my student to step through their normal routine to execute a putt. If they normally use a line on the ball, have them use the line, etc. It is important to aim with the ball in front of the face, it can affect aim.
  • When golfer is set at address, ready to stroke, and acknowledge that they are aligned to the hole, I secure the putter with my left hand, move the ball, square the laser base plate to the putter face, and project the light.
  • Prior to assessing aim, I remove the front leveler leg on the base plate. With the base plate squared against the putter face, and back legs secured on the ground, simply tilt the front end up/down and the laser point will trace the aim path on the surface of the green. Years ago, I realized that an above ground Target Backboard can affect the perception of hole, and thus aim in some folks. Therefore, I don’t chance it and I no longer use the Target Backboard.
  • I typically repeat the assessment process at least three times to establish consistency. Normally, if someone aims left, they consistently aim left, and vice versa. I have my student close their eyes on each attempt. I do not want them to see the results until I have established a trend. If you allow them to look, they of course will attempt to improve their misalignment on each following attempt.
  • I also observe their body and eye-line alignment. Typically, if someone aims left, their body and eye-line is aligned left, and vice versa.
  • Advanced – repeat the same process for breaking putts. Have your player identify their aim point, whether a spot located in their perceived path, or a linear spot near the hole (example, two inches left of hole).

Re-calibration – Occasionally, the accuracy of the laser may be altered due to a strong jarring, such as dropping it laser side down on concrete. The laser can easily be re-calibrated. First, remove the lens cap and check to see if the brass leader is loose. If so, there are two parts that can be tightened. First, unscrew the aluminum base and remove it from the barrel. Next, tighten the bottom aluminum housing. Re-insert and tighten the laser into the barrel. If the laser is still inaccurate, using the four #10 set screws on the sides of the laser housing. To move the laser to the left, unscrew the front left side set screw ¼ turn and tighten the front right side set screw ¼ turn. Repeat until you achieve accuracy. I use a 4’ builders T-square. Square the T to a wall, square the laser against the same surface and run the laser up and down the edge of the 4’ ruler. Very easy and very accurate.