GolFWRX tested the Navigator Putting Aid on the world-renowned SAM PuttLab software, and in just 5 minutes of use, AIM improved from the 58th percentile to the 95th percentile and CONSISTENCY (ability to return the face to square) improved from the 58th percentile to the 91st percentile. See the synopsis below:
AIM – BEFORE USING THE NAVIGATOR
Before using the Navigator, my aim on average was 2.5 degrees open to my target. My variance ranged from 1.17 degrees open to as much as 3.43 degrees open, a difference of 2.26 degrees.
AIM – AFTER USING THE NAVIGATOR
After using the Navigator, my aim was 0.1 degrees closed to my target on average, an an improvement of 2.6 degrees. My variance was -0.63 degrees closed to 0.28 degrees open, a total difference of 0.91 degrees. That was an improvement of 1.35 degrees. Overall, my aim improved from the 58th percentile to the 95th percentile.
DIRECTION – BEFORE USING THE NAVIGATOR
Before using the Navigator, my putter face was on average 0.8 degrees open at impact and my variance was -0.18 degrees closed to 1.92 degrees open, a total difference of 2.1 degrees. These numbers put me in the 71st percentile while my consistency was only in the 58th.
DIRECTION – AFTER USING THE NAVIGATOR
After spending five minutes with the Navigator, my club face angle at impact, on average, was completely square and my range in club face angle was -0.46 degrees closed to 0.76 degrees open, a difference of 1.22 degrees. In this case, my face angle improved to the 88th percentile, and my consistency improved to the 91st percentile.
Read the full report on GolfWRX HERE!