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Eyeline Learning Curve by Stan Utley

The Learning Curve has multiple uses that are sure to improve your putting. The Learning Curve has been designed to support the teaching philosophy of Stan Utley.

Stan has become known as:

"The hottest instructor in golf." - Sports Illustrated
"Golf's latest superstar guru." - Golf Digest

With the Learning Curve and companion DVD, Stan teaches you the fundamentals of a free-flowing putting stroke. It will condition you to be more comfortable, relaxed, and athletic around the green.

"The first 30 minutes I spent with Stan, I learned more about putting than in the previous 20 years. No matter where I am putting from I feel like I can make it. I was never thinking that way before."
- Rocco Mediate, 5-time winner on the PGA Tour

What is included in the Learning Curve Package?
  • A gunmetal gray, powder-coated putting plane rail set at 68o

  • A flat red rail that attaches to the plane rail or can be used alone for alignment

  • A sturdy carrying bag with shoulder strap

  • A 30-minute instructional DVD – "Learning the Curve"

How does the Learning Curve work?
The Learning Curve provides feedback and reinforcement in 4 unique ways. Each is designed to help you learn how to putt “on the curve.”
1. The Plane

Align the plane to your target. Make a stroke with the heel of your putter riding the plane. Notice that the heel of your putter comes inside the line of the putt as it comes up. Your stroke is forming a curve as it comes inside during the backstroke, back to square at impact, and to the inside again during the follow through.

Provides Positive Feedback Letting the heel of the putter ride on the plane gives you the feel of the correct curved stroke
2. The Red Rail

Attach the red rail to the inside of the plane as shown. It will form a curve the same as that formed by your putter when the heel rides the plane (as above). Set the toe of your putter near the red rail (¼" – ½") and make a stroke, keeping the toe that same distance from the rail throughout. Place a ball near the center of the red rail as shown and hit putts while letting your putter head swing “on the curve.”

Provides Negative Feedback
The red rail lets you know if your putter head goes outside the proper path of the curved stroke. When this occurs, your putter head will strike the red rail, giving you instant feedback about your stroke.
3. Face Angle Guidelines

Turn the plane over as shown, set your putter head on it, and use the yellow markings to show you the correct angle of your putter face during the stroke. Make strokes back and through so that the center line of your putter head remains on the yellow curve.

Provides Visual Learning The 7 yellow guidelines illustrate the correct clubface position throughout the stroke. This gives you a fantastic visual reference to help you square the putter face to the curve.
4. Alignment and the Curve

Align the red rail at your target as shown. Place a ball at the end of the rail and use the perpendicular line on the rail to ensure that your putter face is square at address. Using the curve on the rail as a reference, swing your putter along the curve back and through as you make your stroke.

The Learning Curve can be used by
either a right or left handed player.

DVD - The Learning Curve
Proper Setup

The Grip
Posture and Balance
Arms and Shoulders
Ball Position and Shaft Tilt
Eye Position
Proper Stroke

Understanding the "On Plane" Stroke
Shoulder, Arm, and Hand Movement
Forearm Movement
Square the Face to the Curve
Proper Impact

Impact Position
Length of Stroke
Learning the One Arm Stroke
The Complete Stroke
Stan’s One Arm Drill

Watch Stan's Stroke from 3 Angles
Using Your Learning Curve

On Plane
On the Curve
Face Square to the Curve
Aim the Putter Face

See the Perfect Line

The Extension Mirror allows you to check your eyes, shoulders, putter face alignment, feet, and the putter shaft angle.

It fits snugly against the Learning Curve as shown.

If you like to putt with your eyes "inside" the target line at address, the Extension Mirror will give you a better view of your shoulder alignment.

Using the Extension Mirror with the Learning Curve allows you to check the alignment of your feet and shoulders.

This further enhances the functionality of your Learning Curve as you practice the fundamentals of Stan's method.

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