Melbourne, FL – During the fourth edition of “The Match,” a made-for-TV team event played at The Reserve at Moonlight Basin, in Big Sky Montana (aired July 6), golf fans were treated to the stunning, jaw-dropping scenery of the Rocky Mountain venue and the entertaining showdown between 2021 PGA Champion Phil Mickelson and his partner, seven time Super Bowl champ and Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback, Tom Brady, versus 2020 U.S. Open Champion, Bryson Dechambeau and Super Bowl champ and Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Amongst the many highlights during the “open mic” charity fund raising event, that included ongoing banter and gamesmanship between these four competitors and uber athletes, viewers were also treated to the rare opportunity to peek inside the minds of two of the world’s best professional golfers and learn in real-time, their thought process, set-up routines and pre-shot check-list when reading greens and putting – the keys to gaining strokes and shooting lower scores.
During one exchange, Mickelson asked Dechambeau on the 8th green to, “give us the read – tell us what you’re doing here.” Dechambeau methodically verbalizied his putting checklist outloud: beginning with putt length, slope, stimp, and start line. What he didn’t say, was that the putt was uphill about four inches, which would determine the most critical aspect, the speed and firmness of his putt. Calculating this in tne moment as he addressed the ball, Dechambeau adjusted his start line and sank the 12’ putt.
The most common and costly scoring mistake for most amateur golfers is determing the correct SPEED when putting. Until now! Roll Maps is a new and breakthrough putting guide that provides a quick and simple way to dial in the speed of your putts on the green just like the pros.
Roll Maps contain a set of 19 cards for every green speed from 6 to 15 on the Stimpmeter. Whether you prefer to have putts die into the hole or run 6-12 inches past, there is a set of Roll Maps customized for your putting style. Roll Maps are permitted under the Rules of Golf and legal for use in tournament play.
“Roll Maps are helping me take my putting to the next level in a way that I never could without tour-level instruction,” said Evan Boyer, back-to-back winner of the 48th Durham Amateur Golf Championship, held June 5th and 6th, at Hillandale Golf Course in Durham, NC. “Roll Maps gives me the confidence to sink more 25-30 footers. Making putts under pressure is infinitely easier when you can simply focus on rolling the ball on your intended start line with the correct speed.”
Roll Maps helps golfers 3-putt less and 1-putt more. Simply select the Roll Maps card from the set to match the green speed of the course you’re playing. Each side of the Roll Map card shows a speed grid for uphill putts and downhill putts. Simply determine the distance of your putt and the amount of slope. The multi-color grid determines the amount of feet the ball must travel after counting one second (“one one-thousand”). Putt to the one second spot on your start line and watch you ball roll into the hole.
“We created Roll Maps to help golfers find their own X-factor in improving their performance, from professional events to friendly games in your weekend foursome.” said Jeff Mocini, Founder and CEO of Slopegraide, manufacturers of Roll Maps. “Now golfers of any ability can learn the proper checklist to reading putts and determining the optimal speed just like the pros.”
Each Roll Map set comes with a quick guide and for a limited time, a 90-day free subscription to the digital version of Roll Maps available in the Slopegraide app (coming August 2021). Roll Maps are currently being offered for the introductory price of $39.99. To learn more or to purchase go to http://www.rollmapsforputting.com or call Jeff Mocini, 616-510-3592, email@example.com
Slopegraide is a veteran owned business based in Melbourne, Florida. The Slopegraide app and sensor provides real-time putting training, feedback and stroke improvement just like Trackman does for swing training. It adjusts for any green speed from 6 to 15 on the Stimpmeter. Slopegraide can be used for practice and training but is not allowed in competition. Simple and easy to understand video tutorials are available on our website at www.slopegraide.com.
Roll Maps take the digital technology of Slopegraide and puts it in your back pocket with an easy to read color coded guide that is permitted under the Rules of Golf and can be used in competition. For more information or volume pricing, call Jeff Mocini, 616-510-3592.
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