The Impulsion Putter Models 6267 and 12747 are the
results of a year-long collaboration among world class PGA teaching
and playing professionals as well as industry leaders in putter design
There has always been a need to simplify the
putting stroke to help players produce a consistent roll and perform
with confidence under pressure. Over the years different grips,
stances, setups, and putters have all attempted to address this need.
The one flaw has been the failure to link putter technology and
putting technique together.
Many innovative techniques lose their
effectiveness when attempted with a putter which is not specifically
designed to enhance the technique, just as many putters lose their
performance advantages when used with an ill-suited method.
Impulsion Golf is proud to unveil
the first putter designed specifically for back arm control in the
putting stroke. As you will see, Impulsion's rear arm putting will
eliminate all undesirable movements in the putting stroke.
Technology and patent-pending head design
ensure a smooth, consistent roll from a neutral ball position.
Finally, there are technologies and techniques that work in tandem to
produce an astonishingly simple way to putt, even under the intense
pressures of competition.
SPECIFICS OF IMPULSION PUTTING The primary objectives of
Impulsion Putting are to eliminate putter-head path errors and
putter-face twisting. With Impulsion Putting, various points of
contact between the putter shaft and rear arm, along with the unique
no yip grip™
positioning of the rear hand, virtually eliminate all path errors and
Center-Aft-Bore™ Technology and Patent Pending Head design permit off-center
shaft placement yet ensure neutral ball positioning. The rear
arm acts as an extension of the shaft and works in a true
pendulum-type motion without wrist flip or elbow bending. The
shoulders are activated, producing a true, consistent roll each and
Every feature of the
Impulsion Putter 6267 and 12747 is designed to enhance rear arm
control. Impulsion Putting is as simple as rolling a ball from
point "A" to point "B" with your dominant arm.
Conventional Putters do not utilize Center-Aft-Bore™ Technology and
promote loft and shaft angle problems when used with this method.