Melbourne, FL – Slopegraide, the iOS app that provides real-time green reading, speed, and distance control training on your mobile device, is releasing new features in their upcoming app update to get reads of putts with little to no user interaction.
Slopegraide has introduced golf’s first smart ball marker, a green reading training aid that uses physics and geometry to analyze slopes on the green and provides a recommended starting line for your putt to your iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch in a second or less.
“The evolution of our Slopegraide product over the past 18 months has been nothing short of incredible,” said Jeff Mocini, Founder and Inventor of Slopegraide. “We have listened to our clients, and we’ve provided a new solution that is quick and simple to use.”
The upcoming app update also introduces a new Putting Stroke Model feature that will help golfers quickly find their speed and distance control on the green. The model shows you how far back to take your putter on the backstroke and the optimal tempo of the putting stroke itself, based on the distance to the hole, slope, and green speed.
“This feature is a game-changer. Up to this point in the app, we have shown our users where to putt. Now, we are showing them how to putt. This model will help golfers of any skill level find a rhythm in their putting stroke and develop trust and confidence in their game,” said Mocini.
The Slopegraide app supports any green speed from 6 to 15 on the Stimpmeter and reads of putts can be customized to the golfer’s preference, from dead weight putters to aggressive putters. The app can also display slope readings in slope degrees and slope percentage that is rounded to the nearest half percent.
Slopegraide is digital training device and is not allowed in competition.
The new update to the Slopegraide app will be available for iOS users to download on January 25, 2022. An Android version of the app will be available to download in late spring.
“Commitment to the line or speed of a putt is a common challenge among many golfers, especially when there is added pressure,” said Mocini. “We have created one of the most comprehensive training apps for putting in all of golf. Our goal is to create results for as many golfers as we can in 2022.”
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Slopegraide, manufacturers of the Slopegraide app and Roll Maps, is a veteran owned business based in Melbourne, Florida. Our products are built, assembled and tested in the USA. Simple and easy to follow video tutorials are available on our website at www.slopegraide.com.