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Longridge Putt N Hazard Putting Mat

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Manufacturer: Longridge / Sports Type: Golf - Putting Mat

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      18.08.2010 23:27
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      A portable way to improve your putting

      The Longridge Putt N Hazard Putting Mat is something that any keen golfer can have fun with. Its an easy to use portable indoor or outdoor mini golfing practice set, which can be bought for as little as £11.99 but also sells for up to £19.99. We looked around for the best price before we bought it and the lower price quoted here was the cheapest we saw.

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      The beauty of the Longridge Putt N Hazard Putting Mat is that when its not in use it takes up very little space. The set when fully extended measures 35cms wide, with the green fake grass section being 200 cms long. The mat section can be folded up and stored when not in use easily.

      The main section of the golf hazard set is raised and slightly angled to allow you to get a variety of practice shots into the slightly smaller than average putting cup. There are mini hazards set at each side of the putting cup to make it a little harder for you to get a hole in one. One hazard is a water feature the other is a mini sand bunker, minus the real sand/ water of course.

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      The idea of the set is that you can use it either indoors or outdoors, at home or in the office, to improve your putting skills. If you get a shot into the putting cup, your ball is easily returned to you automatically, as it runs down the angled shoot, set to the side of the Longridge Putt N Hazard. You do not need any batteries as the system works by simple gravity, nothing more nothing less.

      Our set came nicely boxed and would have made a nice little gift for an avid golfer or even for a child who is having golf coaching. The Longridge Putt N Hazard Putting Mat is not over priced at £11.99 and can keep the golfer in your life happily amused for many practice shots. After all practice makes perfect.

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      The synthetic grass surface is meant to be able to simulate the feeling of being on the green and the whole thing sits nicely on laminate flooring or any relatively flat smooth surface. The raised section offers a certain amount of a challenge to be able to get the ball into the putting cup for a hole in one, but after a while it does become easier and easier.

      One thing we would have liked would have been a sightly longer mat. Although you can stand further away you do end up then having to negotiate the edge of the mat, prior to then going on to score a hole in one. I think there is a version with a longer mat and feel that it may be an option for us in the future. However for now this will suffice.

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      In terms of rating the Longridge Putt N Hazard Putting Mat, due to the shortness of the mat, I feel it does lose a star or two. The item is something than can be very handy to have and can improve your game to some extent.

      Its great for youngsters to use to practice their putts on and overall gets a 3 star rating. Had the mat been a lot longer it would have gained an extra star

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