PITTSBURGH, May 13, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- "I'm an avid golfer who has always struggled with putting as I have trouble squaring up my line on the putt in relation to my stance," said an inventor from Warren, Michigan. "This inspired me to develop a better putter that would force the golfer's eyes over the top of the ball."
He developed the WARREN PUTTER to help golfers develop more accurate putts by encouraging them to view the ball correctly when addressing it. This invention would enable the user to develop the muscle memory needed to strike the ball squarely. Additionally, it may help to take strokes off the golfer's score.
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