PISA: the world’s 1st Negative Loft putter certified by USGA
NEW YORK, NY, November 02, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — According to a survey, approximately 180 million people in the United States are actively playing golf as of 2020. This means that one in three adults in the United States is playing golf. Many people are playing golf and practice even at this moment to take strokes off their games.
Concentrating on building golf skills is important but choosing the right clubs that are suited to your style and skill is crucial. Missing shots in short games which is the inside of 100 yards to the green will obviously not help drop your scores.
The reason the ball goes off when putting is because when the putter strikes the ball, it immediately enters the skid zone instead of imparting a pure roll. This causes the ball to bounce and move away from the target. It’s important to choose a putter that helps reduce skidding or bouncing too much. PISA putter which helps attain a pure roll was recently released on Kickstarter.
A PISA putter is a negative loft putter designed to strike the top of the ball to initiate a pure roll without entering the skid zone. A negative loft putter brings intuitive results that reduce the skid zone while increasing the accuracy of a pure roll and distance.
And low friction materials are applied to the putter face to reduce the friction that interferes with the spin, which has been the weakest point of a negative loft putter. The low friction materials which were introduced by PISA for the first time maximize the advantages of the spin of negative loft and minimize the possibilities of bouncing and skidding by eliminating the friction on the putter face. The distinctive soundbite of the PISA putter hitting the golf ball is another satisfying aspect.
After testing the performance of the negative loft and its initial rotation rate through the Quintic Ball Roll System test, we were able to observe that PISA provides an immediate pure roll upon striking while the regular putter cannot.
PISA is a product officially certified by the American Golf Association, which means you can officially use it in any professional tournament.
PISA marketing team quoted, “When striking a ball with a conventional putter, it bounces or skis along the ground for first serval inches instead of rolling immediately. We invented a putter using low friction materials so that the ball’s direction and distance will improve in accuracy and result in a consistent putting performance.” PISA was inspired by Galileo’s famous gravitational acceleration experiment at the Learning Tower of PISA.
Currently, PISA is available on Kickstarter and can be purchased in either a blade type or a mallet-type putter. These two types of putters can be purchased at a 50% discount with the Super Early Bird deal.
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