The Straight Shotz Putter is placed flat on the green thereby helping to steady a Disabled or any unsteady Golfer. The Golfer looks straight at the Cup The putter slides smoothly on the green. The Golfer slides the putter back and then forward to Stroke the ball straight forward on the line to the Cup.
The USGA team tested Straight Shotz. They said they liked the putter and that it was much easier to putt with. They said they were able to allow certain players to use it if they wanted to. But, they said that as of now it is "Non-Conforming" because of the "Shaft Angle Rule." They said that I could come meet with them and make my case with them. I spoke to the person who manages "Golf Equipment Review and Acceptance" about how Straight Shotz would help Disabled Players, Players with the Yipps, and Players in general who find putting too difficult and therefore quit golf. We discussed bring more players to Golf and returning players with the Yipps back to golf. We have sold hundreds of Straight Shotz Putters and "Everyone who purchased one says they have taken 4, 5 or even more shots off their round of golf. I want to sell several thousands of our putter before I go appeal our case with the USGA. It is my belief that the Straight Shotz Putter will eventually be approved.
The Straight Shotz Putter (Patent number 11617924) was introduced at the Golfest 2020 Expo at Tampa Bay Downs. The Straight Shotz Putter will take 4 or more shots off of your game!
Pat Feheley invented the putter because he missed over 5,000 short puts in his 65 years playing golf, and now he can make almost all of his short putts.
The Straight Shotz Putter will improve your putting skill. You will make far more short putts in the three to six foot range. If you can read the line Straight Shotz will definitely help you make any length putt.
You look straight down the line on the Straight Shotz Putter and slide the Putter to "Stroke" the ball straight down that line to the cup. No more looking down at the ball and then turning you head to look at the hole, over and over to try to see your line. You're behind the putter looking straight down the line you are going to Putt.
The Straight Shotz Putter will allow disabled, wheelchaired, one armed or unsteady Golfers Access to the Sport they Love. The Straight Shotz Putter was introduced at Golfest 2020 and you can now purchase The Straight Shotz Putter directly from our website.