Club Champ Putt N Hazard Putting Mat
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- foam, polyester
- Extra-large 9-ft. x 16-in. putting surface
- Regulation-size cup is 'protected' by sand trap and water hazard
- Realistic cup and golf hazards return putts electronically
- High-quality, non-directional turf simulates real grass
- Electronic ball return; No batteries needed
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Club Champ Putt n Hazard Putting MatHave Fun & Improve Your Putting!Club Champ Putt n Hazard Putting Mat Features: * Great for fun or serious practice * High-quality, non-directional turf simulates real grass * Regulation-sized cup is "protected" by sand trap and water hazard * Realistic cup and golf hazards return balls electronically * Electronic ball return eliminates the need for batteries * Includes target flag * Dimensions: 8' x 16"
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First, for the most part, it's all one piece. The putting mat is all one piece; there is no gap or attaching of the putting surface. You just unroll it. It's not the BEST surface; mine has been unrolled for days, but is still "bumpy" from where it was unrolled. But, it's all one piece. The only things you need to do is attach the tree-backdrop (velcro is used here), add a sticker for the bottom of the "hole", and stick in the flag. I noticed the instructions were not applicable to the putting green I received; the instructions talked about putting the ball-return in place, etc, but really this is plug and play. I did notice a problem with the flag; the hole that holds it goes down into the ball-return area, so I just don't use the flag. The neat thing about this is that if you mis-hit a ball into the "water" or "trap", it feeds the ball into the center area and shoots the ball back at you. It's a powerful ball-return; it seems to depend on where the ball is located once the ball-return kicks in. Sometimes the ball would roll back off the mat, sometimes it would make it halfway.
It functions just fine. Even with the "bumps" in the mat, I still made good putts. It's more of a neat toy than a serious practice device: the hole has an incline just before it, so you have to hit the ball harder than you would normally. I had some solid shots get hung up on the incline at the end. Your mis-hits have to be gentle; I had a few roll up onto the back of the green and roll back down, blocking the path of future hits. Sometimes balls would get hung-up on the ball return area. I would just hit a second ball, and the ball-return would shoot them back out.
For the most part, I would recommend this toy. It's nice to not have to walk back and forth for every shot just to get your ball. The green surface isn't the thickest I've seen, but it's OK. It's a fun distraction rather than a serious training device, and I think it would make a really good gift.
One thing to remember, due to the incline near the cup, it's easy to "ram in" puts that likely wouldn't fall in the real world. The best puts on this matt are the ones that just barely make it into the cup.
It looks nice, and isn't expensive.
The motor that shoots the ball back to me fried on the first one I got. I sent it back.
I got a new one, and the motor fried on that one a week or two ago. I just went to return it, and it says I am a couple days past my return window.
I will have to spend a little more money on a better one.
It's just not made to last.
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