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Laser Optics v.II is a high power green laser with a specially developed lens cap that projects a solid line on the putting surface. The Power ON button with wireless remote allows for both manual and remote operation of the laser. The wireless remote allows the golfer to strategically turn the laser ON/OFF for setup and visualization training. Remove the front lens cap and the laser projects an intense point.
Laser Optics v.II is available in two models:
LO v.II Deluxe
LO v.II Training
Introduction from a guy that knows.
Laser Optics v.II Deluxe Model
Laser Optics v.I
Tour player Billy Horschel reacts to the LO v.I aim assessment.
The LO v.II Training model is a simpler design, targeting the individual golfer for ease of use and price. The laser is mounted a stable tripod. The solid line projection is used for start line, stroke accuracy, and visualization training. Place the unit behind the target and project line back at golf ball. Or, set it up from behind and project the line over and atop the golf ball and extend out front for start line. Both methods are great visuals.
The LO v.II Training Model includes:
We offer a couple of Combo Kits at special pricing, including:
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Start Line Putting Demonstration
We have increased the power output in our latest batch of lasers to improve solid line brightness and consistency. They are awesome!
PGA TOUR Superstores has equipped their equipment fitting and instruction staff in all 17 stores with Laser Optics v.I Aim Assessment Model + Target Backboard and Laser Optics v.II Training Model to enhance the customer experience.
All elite golf coaches associated with Golf Australia are now equipped with Laser Optics v.II Deluxe Model + Target Backboard.
This drill is effective for both straight and breaking putts. I have personally responded well to this training exercise. The key attributes are:
The "laser" start line trains accuracy, visualizing extended path trains read and touch.
Laser Optics v.II
Highly regarded putting coach, David Orr, demonstrates Laser Optics v.II.
Laser Optics v.II Training Model
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The LO v.II Deluxe model is mounted and calibrated to a triangular base plate (similar to the LO v.I). This design allows an instructor/caddie to assess putter aim with either the solid line or point (remove front cap to project point). The solid line projection is used for start line, stroke accuracy, and visualization training. You can project solid line by strategically placing the base plate on the ground. Adjust the front leveler leg up or down to control length of projected line. Or, you can attach the base plate to the tripod (included) to create higher angles for line control. LO v.I and v.II all rolled into one great product.
The LO v.II Deluxe Model includes:
Ultimate Laser "Chalk Line" Training. Sasho MacKenzie at Mark Officer's PerfectStroke Golf Training Centre. HEADS UP!
Laser Optics version I, originally developed in 1997, has been the most effective device in golf for assessing putter alignment for over 20 years. Why is it so effective? Because it allows an instructor/caddie/etc. to measure putter alignment under normal visual conditions with the player's putter and golf ball. Nothing attached to the putter to disrupt or influence visual alignment.
The high power green laser projects an intense point which can be seen in the bright sunlight. LO v.I is provided with a handy target backboard. The laser is mounted on and calibrated to triangular laser base with three base legs. The front leveler leg can be adjusted up/down to control vertical projection point. Square the base to the putter face and the point shows face aim. Or, remove the front leg entirely, square the base to the putter face, and simply tilt the base up/down. By tilting the base, the laser point will trace the aim line clearly on the putting surface. This method requires no target backboard, and can be performed on any putt, straight or breaking.
Regardless of technique, one of the skills to great putting is the instinct to putt your line. Imagination, visualization, and the instincts to accurately putt to your perceived path are the common threads among great putters.Laser Optics is the perfect tool to help develop your start line instincts. Laser Optics is offered in three models: