CentreCup putting aid developed by PGA Pro Ian Melville helps golfers follow Dave Peltz ‘straight back, straight through’ putting technique also known as PILS (Pure InLine Stroke). In this putting technique the putter face is kept square to the ball and target line throughout the stroke.

The basics of the PILS stroke are:
-Keep the putter face square during the stroke.
-Keep the putter head moving straight along the target line.
-Use a simple pendulum stroke, originating at the shoulders. This takes the forearms, wrists, and hands out of the equation. The hands should hang freely below the shoulders, so that the “pendulum” formed by the shoulders and hands is perfectly vertical.
-The shoulders must be aimed square to the target line.

CentreCup’s unique Putter Brace and Shoulder Brace eliminate ‘wrist-break’ meaning the golfer cannot flip at the ball and also means the arms hang freely and can only move straight back and straight through. Anti-Twist Bars prevent the golfer from twisting off line and keep the shoulders square to the target line throughout the back-swing and follow-through.