How to use it

Usage directions:

Align the device (1) to the putting line (3) with the front end (Arrow point) towards the flag (5) and the back end towards the golf ball(2). The indicator ball in the compass rolls to the lowest point of the grade.

 

Example Reading shown above right(Figure 1):

The location of the indicator ball shows the slope is approximately 5 degrees , you are putting uphill and the golf ball(2) will go from left to right. This means your putting line (3) should be approximately 1.5 cups to the left of the hole(4). Also since you are putting uphill, a little extra impact maybe needed for the golf ball.

 

Compass Markings:

Inner green circle – slope from 0 to 3 degrees

Middle yellow circle – slope from 3 to 6 degrees

Outer White circle – slope from 6 to 9 degrees

 

Down -If the indicator ball is on this side, you are putting downhill (Straight Putt)

DLR – Putting Downhill, Left to Right (Putting line is to left of cup,with extra margin for slope)

R – Sloping to Right (Putting line is to Left of cup,with extra margin for slope)

ULR – Putting Uphill, Left to Right (Putting line is to left of cup,with extra margin for slope)

Up – Putting uphill (Straight putt)

URL – Putting Uphill, Right to Left (Putting line is to Right of cup,with extra margin for slope)

L – Sloping to Left (Putting line is to Right of cup,with extra margin for slope)

DRL - Putting Downhill, Right to Left (Putting line is to Right of cup,with extra margin for slope)

Guidelines for Slope:

If the indicator ball is in the inner circle (0 - 3°) - your putting line should be approximately ½ to 1 cup offset to compensate for the slope (depends on speed of ball).

For the middle circle (3°- 6°) use approximately 1- 2 cups offset.

    For the outer circle (6° - 9°) use 2 - 3 cups offset.