Review: BirdieBall Putting Mat does viagra make your heart rate go up ielts problem solution essay sample pdf how to start off an interview essay difosfonal controindicazioni cialis shakespeare research papers acquisto viagra line reato see url australian assignment writing service essay writers australia writing cover letters mark twain essay on german lexapro vaginal itching propecia genericons source site sildenafil generique suisse the problem of terrorism essay köpa viagra stockholm acne tablets doxycycline how to reduce depression and stress sildenafil nmr click here click bactrim for skin infections best birth control options when taking abilify thesis generator ashford writing center sample essay narrative writing Posted on November 30, 2019 by Andrew in Product Reviews

Working on my game is something that I am always doing. If you live with me, you’ll see me randomly get up, grab a club out of my bag, and start rehearsing my takeaway. It’s borderline weird, I know, but I am addicted to this game.

One thing I also love to do is work on my putting stroke. I currently have a little mat that I use that’s about 3 feet long that lets me work on those little testers, which has improved my game to an extent.

Last week, we put a post out on our Facebook page asking people what products they want to see tested/reviewed. Not that I needed an excuse to buy golf stuff, but I wanted to see what people were interested in.

We got numerous responses and one of them I looked into was the BirdieBall Putting Mat. I looked into it, and decided to order one for myself. Below, you will find my review of the product, which I have kept and been utilizing each of the last couple days since I got it in the mail. Enjoy!

I love that I have an indoor product that I can take out and use whenever I want to get a putting session in. I have to admit, the material seemed weird to me at first. As I pointed out in the video, it looks like a giant pool noodle, but it reacts and rolls very true. Being able to work on putts in the range of 12-15 feet is huge, these could be par saves and birdie putts converted that will lower your score. Something I can now practice without leaving home.

For a tool like this that can improve your putting, it really isn’t a bad price either. You can customize the mat and get it within your budget and price range. I went with the 4 foot wide x 16 feet long mat. This is a perfect size for my living room. The 4 feet in width is just the right size to be able to stand on the mat comfortably and have room to putt.

I highly recommend this product and if you have any other products you would like us to review, please drop a comment below!

The BirdieBall putting mat can be ordered on their website by CLICKING HERE