THE PUTTER BUBBLE TAC-TIC
TAC-TIC Putter Bubble is for improving the putting stroke of the golfer. The device is comprised of a hemisphere, which is affixed to the blade of the golfer's putter by an adhesive substance. During the putting stroke the hemisphere strikes the golf ball, rather than the flat blade of the putter, and a strike not precise with the center line of the golf ball will result in an off line movement of the golf ball.
The TAC-TIC Putter Bubble requires the putting stroke, performed by the golfer, to be absolutely square to the golf ball, being struck by the golfer, and thus training the golfer to develop a precise putting technique. The objective of the golfer is to make the golf ball go in a straight line off of the "putter bubble". Putting to a target or golf hole is not necessary for practice using this device. However, the device may be used to on the golf green where the golfer may desire to practice putting to a hole or a target.
The TAC-TIC Putter Bubble could also be used in assisting the golfer in selecting a putter that would be more suited for the golfer's putting stance, style, and stroke. Affixing the "putter bubble" to various putters under consideration for purchase, by the golfer, the device could indicate to the golfer which club best conforms to the golfer's stroke.
Another collateral benefit of the TAC-TIC Putter Bubble is training the golfer to focus on the exact center of the golf ball being struck while using the teaching aid. This concentration will be extended to golf swings other than just the putting stroke.
The TAC-TIC Putter Bubble may be reused a number of times when it is replaced after use on the paper backing original to this device. The invention may be conveniently carried in the golf bag or on the person of the golfer.