Arm-Lock Golf FAQs
Arm-Lock Golf FAQ's
Q: Can you ship grips internationally?
A: Yes we can! We offer global shipping options though USPS and DHL - international customers will see these options at checkout.
Q: Do you sell gift cards?
A: Yes we do! Gift cards are a great way to let the golfer in your life choose the grip they want. Purchase a gift card.
Q: Are Arm-Lock grips approved for official play by the USGA?
A: Yes they are! Read about the full USGA conforming requirements.
What is Arm Lock Putting?
Arm Lock Golf putting was created and approved for official play by the USGA after the ban of using an “anchor point” while putting in 2016. “Traditional” Arm Lock putters require golfers to purchase an expensive $300-$400 dedicated putter to use the Arm Lock Technique.
Our AL Series Putter Grips (AL2 and CVTR) will convert ANY putter you already own to an Arm-Lock putter by just changing the grip. A $24 solution. Put it on any existing putter you have and try it out to see if Arm Lock putting is for you.
A golfers putter, putter grip, and putting technique is a personal preference. It’s essential for every golfer to find out what works best for them. If you’re struggling to maintain consistency on the green, try an ARM-LOCK putter grip.
Arm Lock putting provides a wide range of benefits for any golfer that struggles to maintain consistency while putting. Arm lock Putting is a great addition to the game of golf and has a solid technical story behind it that helps many golfers improve their performance and form on the green.
What is an Arm Lock Putter? What is Arm-Lock Converter Grip?
An Arm-Lock Putter is a putter that golfers “lock” against their forearm which physically prevents them from “breaking” their wrists.
When under pressure, golfers accidentally break their wrists during their putt – also called getting the yips. Using an Arm Lock putter takes this issue out of the equation.
Professional golfers such as Matt Kuchar, Bryson DeChambeau, Webb Simson, Keegan Bradley, Bubba Watson, Adam Scott, Lucas Glover and Jason Dufner can be spotted using the Arm Lock putting technique.
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