Create true putting situations indoors

The ability to read a green and then to play the breaking putt is one of the most important skills for low scores on the course. However, indoor putt training is often limited to playing straight putts only. The revolutionary Zen Green Stage platform now brings the course into your lab and allows creating true putting situations also in an indoor environment. Moreover, by combining SAM PuttLab with the Green Stage you add instant and accurate feedback on the read of the green and on the putt played.

Understand the mechanics of break putts

The combination of SAM PuttLab and the Zen Stage is a game changer for putt training on break putts. Learning is all about practice, experience and feedback. Combining SAM PuttLab and the Zen Green Stage provides the variable and enriched learning environment needed to enhance transfer of practice to performance out on the course. The accurate and instant feedback on true aim spot, aim angle, face at impact and putt speed substantially helps to understand and learn the mechanics of breaking putts and will significantly improve the ability to read greens.

Bring more fun and creativity into training

Although 43% of all golf shots are putts, to most amateurs putt training is boring and even seems superfluous. This is where now the combination of SAM PuttLab and Zen Stage comes into the game – it allows to practice putting with fun and creativity, and it can be used by amateurs up to professional golfers to substantially improve their putting.


SAM PuttLab is the worlds most accurate and comprehensive putt analysis and training system. Other technology lacks accuracy, which is so much needed for putting, or only measures few aspects of the putting stroke.

 -Complete analysis of ALL relevant putting aspects

– Specific training modules

– Suitable for amateurs up to PGA Tour players

– Over 2.000 satisfied customers worldwide

– Professional putter fitting

– Portable for indoor and outdoor use

– 3D-Putt replay module (3D-Putt details & videos)

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