Do you have a Golf lover in the family? Maybe you’re a Golf fanatic? If so, we at Kelly’s Thoughts on Things, have just the gift for them and you. The Dead Zero Putting Disk. It’s a precision milled putting disk, designed to help a golfer make more putts. You can use the Dead Zero Putting disk anywhere to practice.
Dead Zero’s design was based on the proven concept that practicing with a smaller target builds confidence and accuracy. Think about it like this, tossing a football through a tire, hitting baseballs with a thinner bat, or using a smaller rim while shooting hoops, is the same principle that makes Dead Zero work so well. The size of the disk is based on research applying ideal speeds of putts aimed at an above ground target. So you can practice your putting, while building your confidence to make more putts from distances of ten feet or less. You can practice on any surface, in any direction, and any time. A putt that either strikes the disk directly, or grazes it from the sides, represents a putt that would have gone into the cup. As Dead Zero says, “Hit it and it’s in!”
Dead Zero is perfect for the green, your office, your living room and more. So maybe you don’t need to brush up on your putting and chipping, but you know someone who does. This would be the perfect gift for them. It comes with a carrying bag so you can keep it handy at all times.
My hubby adores his Dead Zero Putting Disk. Repetitive lumbar fractures along with a shoulder fracture and slipped cervical disks makes playing Golf impossible for him. With Dead Zero, he can now actually enjoy Golf in our living room. He and my son both love practicing their putting. They are ready to try out their new skills on the mini golf course!
Dead Zero has plenty of testimonials to back up their product. By Pros and regular Joes, and you can read more about that on their website. The Dead Zero Putting Disk retails for $24.95 and would make a wonderful Stocking Stuffer for the Golf lover in your family, or hey, even for yourself! 😉 You can purchase yours on their website HERE. You can also follow Dead Zero on their Facebook page.