A few helpful tips about lasers...
Laser Optics v.III User Guidelines
My general steps to assess aim on a straight putt are…
Recalibration – it is possible for the accuracy of the laser to be altered due to a strong jarring, such as dropping it laser side down on concrete. The laser can easily be recalibrated. First, remove the hex set screw from the bottom of the base. Laser mount will need to be pried loose, as a small amount of epoxy is used to secure the base. Reattach the laser base with the hex set screw. Using a 4’ builders T-square or similar tool, square the T to a wall, square the laser against the same wall. Project the laser and tilt the base up and down running the laser point along the ground. Next, adjust the laser base until the laser point runs along the edge of the 4’ ruler, tighten and secure. Very easy and very accurate.
Laser Optics v.I User Guidelines
Frequently Asked Questions:
Wright Putting Dynamics
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