Testimonials

Instructional Golf Laser That Improves Accuracy!

“Research has proven that 85% of golf swing learning is visual. This being the case, the SQRDUP alignment tool does a better job giving feedback on your alignment than any tool I have used in my last 40 years of teaching.”

— Dr. Jim Suttie – 2000 National PGA Teacher of the Year


“Never realized my lower body alignment was so far off until I watched a video I made with SQRDUP while practicing putting. I’ve been working hard at correcting the issue. Happy to say I (my partner and I) just won the Colorado PGA Four Ball Championship today and I putted great the entire event. Maybe it’s the 1st SQRDUP professional win!?!? Thanks again!”

— Blake Sharamitaro – PGA Director of Instruction at Riverdale GC


“SQRDUP has the ability to change the way the golfer sees the shot and executes. Truly a game changer that focuses on golf’s most basic setup principles. You can only get better and more consistent by using this product.”

— Philip Nelson – Golf Instructor & College Golf Coach


“We at Kingdom have also been thoroughly impressed by this innovative device. It is easy to use and exceptionally helpful to low- and high- handicappers alike.”

— Kingdom Golf Magazine


“Phenomenal, my buddies are calling me “Eagle Eye”! Teaches you to putt correctly.”

— Ian M. Just Your Average Golfer Denver, CO


“Of all the items I saw yesterday at OCN that one would consider “NEW” yours stood out. Simple, Practical, Realistic.”

— John Hughes, PGA Master Professional


“SQRDUP is a good product. It’s a sophisticated piece of equipment yet extremely simple and easy to use. There’s no player that wouldn’t benefit from using this product.”

— Steve Lidinsky, Lead Instructor at Martin Hall Golf Academy & Ibis Golf & Country Club


“I thought the SQRDUP laser alignment product was one of the most useful, coolest products I saw at the show.”

— John Hamm Author of Unusually Excellent


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