Cure Putters RX3F
In a bygone era, there were many things that simply weren’t discussed in polite society. Children were to be seen and not heard, women weren’t allowed to be pregnant in public, and nobody was a raging alcoholic, they just “liked to tie one on.” In those days when your love of tying one on started to interfere with the rest of your life, perhaps after you’d wrecked a couple of cars or peed yourself after a 5 Martini lunch and cost Sterling Cooper that big account, you went (or more likely were sent) to “a quiet place in the country” where you “took the cure.”
I’ve made peace with the fact that my handsy, feel-based putting style is going to bite me every so often, so I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend The Cure to putters with a straight stroke, or for anyone who either needs to quiet their hands or already putts with the classic shoulder rock. I often tell people that putting is mental: if you don’t think you’re a good putter, you aren’t. Fear of missing putts leads to missed putts, that’s what makes The Yips so insidious. So if you’re starting to feel an affinity with the hollow-eyed zombies of the practice green, take heart. With prices ranging from $199-$299 ($290 as tested), The Cure is a reasonably priced remedy for what ails you.