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PuttOUT Pro Golf Putting Mat NOW £53.24 - was £57.95 at Amazon (Back in stock and discounted)
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PuttOUT Pro Golf Putting Mat NOW £53.24 - was £57.95 at Amazon (Back in stock and discounted)

£53.24£69.9924%Amazon Deals
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Posted 4th May
Don’t get many golf deals on HUKD (they seem to get deleted). If you are looking, you know what this is. Really hard to get, sold out everywhere.....but back in stock at Amazon and discounted.

For any golfer, a home putting set-up is an essential training tool, and the PuttOut Putting Mat makes practice enjoyable, effective and easy to fit into your day wherever you are.
Constructed with a durable, heavy-rubber backing to allow the mat to lie smooth and flat on any surface, easily roll the mat away and into the compact carry bag for practice on the go.
Printed alignment guides, target points and distance markings which allow you to practice with just a putter and a ball.
The high quality cut-pile surface is designed to accurately replicate a medium-to-fast green, with a stim meter reading of 10.
The putting mat is compatible with any flat putting cup, but for best results use with the revolutionary PuttOut Pressure Putt Trainer for the ultimate putting practice set-up.
Size: H0.8cm, W50cm, D240cm.
Weight 2.25kg.
Manufacturer’s 1 year guarantee.
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ranandg04/05/2020 15:38

Been craving golf. When will it all happen?



I live about 50 yards from the 18th of my local course. I can easily see the fairway and green. My walk each day is round the course. There is no reason why given common sense and the new regulations re flagpole, bunkers etc we should not be out there now. Better being used for golf rather than prams, picnics by the burn at one of the holes, people and dogs wandering over the greens, sandbunkers with castles in them.
cliffio7604/05/2020 16:39

would punters be able to stand 2 metres distance when walking through the …would punters be able to stand 2 metres distance when walking through the golf club onto the fairway or teeing off, or using the practice range or putting? would patrons not playing be allowed in? would there be a limit to the number of golfers on a course at one time? will the refreshment and shop be out of use? maybe the 'shop' is where transactions happen to pay for a round on the course? will staff be properly protected whilst transacting with customers? will the clubs' buggy carts, clubs, balls, scorecard pencils, tees be sanitised before/after they're used? common sense is subjective and only works when we can make informed decisions. if a person's never seen a car in their life, how can we expect them to apply common sense when crossing the road.How many times you licked that pencil before writing down your nice birdie ?



Firstly the plans are there for golf to restart. They are simple and would work.
bbc.co.uk/spo…485
golf-monthly.co.uk/new…557

I get that you may not be a member of a golf club as you are describing a process of paying to play at a seaside putting course and not a member turning up to play their own course.

My course has no requirement to enter the clubhouse at all.

The clubhouse would remain shut.
There would be two driving areas for each hole each 2 metres away form each other. On the first hole one player goes from the back tee, then then use the front tee for the next hole.

No need to pay for rounds as its members only. No customers as such. No buggies. Players have their own equipment anyway.
The flag stays in the hole and there is a raised area just beneath the cup which stops the ball going down into the hole.

Its non handicap golfing. No scores as such.

With the exception of the two tee area these were all the things we were doing just prior to lockdown.

This is all perfectly achievable.

In short. I have literally just done my days exercise walking round the first nine at the club. I start at the tee and walk round the green and onto the next tee. No issues, not bothering anyone, not getting close to anyone. Whats the difference if I did that with a set of clubs and a trolley? None. Whats the difference if i hit a ball? None.
Edited by: "dinglebert" 4th May
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Been craving golf. When will it all happen?
Thanks been looking for this.
ranandg04/05/2020 15:38

Been craving golf. When will it all happen?



I live about 50 yards from the 18th of my local course. I can easily see the fairway and green. My walk each day is round the course. There is no reason why given common sense and the new regulations re flagpole, bunkers etc we should not be out there now. Better being used for golf rather than prams, picnics by the burn at one of the holes, people and dogs wandering over the greens, sandbunkers with castles in them.
Seems expensive for what it is but I'm assuming the good reviews suggest otherwise
Good price. These retail at 69.99 and last golf retailer to hold stock sold for 79.99, even more recently on ebay. So hope those looking can grab one here.
dinglebert04/05/2020 15:59

I live about 50 yards from the 18th of my local course. I can easily see …I live about 50 yards from the 18th of my local course. I can easily see the fairway and green. My walk each day is round the course. There is no reason why given common sense and the new regulations re flagpole, bunkers etc we should not be out there now. Better being used for golf rather than prams, picnics by the burn at one of the holes, people and dogs wandering over the greens, sandbunkers with castles in them.


would punters be able to stand 2 metres distance when walking through the golf club onto the fairway or teeing off, or using the practice range or putting? would patrons not playing be allowed in? would there be a limit to the number of golfers on a course at one time? will the refreshment and shop be out of use? maybe the 'shop' is where transactions happen to pay for a round on the course? will staff be properly protected whilst transacting with customers? will the clubs' buggy carts, clubs, balls, scorecard pencils, tees be sanitised before/after they're used?

common sense is subjective and only works when we can make informed decisions. if a person's never seen a car in their life, how can we expect them to apply common sense when crossing the road.

How many times you licked that pencil before writing down your nice birdie ?
Edited by: "cliffio76" 4th May
dinglebert04/05/2020 15:59

I live about 50 yards from the 18th of my local course. I can easily see …I live about 50 yards from the 18th of my local course. I can easily see the fairway and green. My walk each day is round the course. There is no reason why given common sense and the new regulations re flagpole, bunkers etc we should not be out there now. Better being used for golf rather than prams, picnics by the burn at one of the holes, people and dogs wandering over the greens, sandbunkers with castles in them.



Agreed. Start off with 2-ball only, limit distance allowed to travel to course (say, 15 mile radius of home) and give a 50ml Wilko hand sanitiser to each golfer and away ye go. We're all adults here, aren't we??
This is a really nice bit of kit for practising putting. Along with the PuttOut Pressure Putt Trainer thingy
cliffio7604/05/2020 16:39

would punters be able to stand 2 metres distance when walking through the …would punters be able to stand 2 metres distance when walking through the golf club onto the fairway or teeing off, or using the practice range or putting? would patrons not playing be allowed in? would there be a limit to the number of golfers on a course at one time? will the refreshment and shop be out of use? maybe the 'shop' is where transactions happen to pay for a round on the course? will staff be properly protected whilst transacting with customers? will the clubs' buggy carts, clubs, balls, scorecard pencils, tees be sanitised before/after they're used? common sense is subjective and only works when we can make informed decisions. if a person's never seen a car in their life, how can we expect them to apply common sense when crossing the road.How many times you licked that pencil before writing down your nice birdie ?


pencil licker
Heat, any good deals on practice nets?
jbmnic04/05/2020 17:07

Heat, any good deals on practice nets?


If you need a net to go with this then you really do need to practice!!
Just bought it. Hope its worth it.. Still pricey for a mat. But if it can help me shave a few strokes off my handicap then it will be the best 60 quid I've spent in golf equipment!
cliffio7604/05/2020 16:39

would punters be able to stand 2 metres distance when walking through the …would punters be able to stand 2 metres distance when walking through the golf club onto the fairway or teeing off, or using the practice range or putting? would patrons not playing be allowed in? would there be a limit to the number of golfers on a course at one time? will the refreshment and shop be out of use? maybe the 'shop' is where transactions happen to pay for a round on the course? will staff be properly protected whilst transacting with customers? will the clubs' buggy carts, clubs, balls, scorecard pencils, tees be sanitised before/after they're used? common sense is subjective and only works when we can make informed decisions. if a person's never seen a car in their life, how can we expect them to apply common sense when crossing the road.How many times you licked that pencil before writing down your nice birdie ?



Firstly the plans are there for golf to restart. They are simple and would work.
bbc.co.uk/spo…485
golf-monthly.co.uk/new…557

I get that you may not be a member of a golf club as you are describing a process of paying to play at a seaside putting course and not a member turning up to play their own course.

My course has no requirement to enter the clubhouse at all.

The clubhouse would remain shut.
There would be two driving areas for each hole each 2 metres away form each other. On the first hole one player goes from the back tee, then then use the front tee for the next hole.

No need to pay for rounds as its members only. No customers as such. No buggies. Players have their own equipment anyway.
The flag stays in the hole and there is a raised area just beneath the cup which stops the ball going down into the hole.

Its non handicap golfing. No scores as such.

With the exception of the two tee area these were all the things we were doing just prior to lockdown.

This is all perfectly achievable.

In short. I have literally just done my days exercise walking round the first nine at the club. I start at the tee and walk round the green and onto the next tee. No issues, not bothering anyone, not getting close to anyone. Whats the difference if I did that with a set of clubs and a trolley? None. Whats the difference if i hit a ball? None.
Edited by: "dinglebert" 4th May
jbmnic04/05/2020 17:07

Heat, any good deals on practice nets?


I posted a deal for a Quickplay Meganet yesterday, buts the Mods deleted it. The price at Quickplay was £129.99, then £104 (with a code) - the same is being sold by Hotgolf at £199.99.

Quickplay make the best pop-up nets - all are now out of stock though. Their football goals are also brilliant:- Quickplay Link
LazyDonkey04/05/2020 17:28

I posted a deal for a Quickplay Meganet yesterday, buts the Mods deleted …I posted a deal for a Quickplay Meganet yesterday, buts the Mods deleted it. The price at Quickplay was £129.99, then £104 (with a code) - the same is being sold by Hotgolf at £199.99.Quickplay make the best pop-up nets - all are now out of stock though. Their football goals are also brilliant:- Quickplay Link


Agreed, I have the Quick Hit Golf net and it’s excellent: quickplaysport.com/sho…tml
dinglebert04/05/2020 17:22

Firstly the plans are there for golf to restart. They are simple and …Firstly the plans are there for golf to restart. They are simple and would work.https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/golf/52473485https://www.golf-monthly.co.uk/news/what-might-golf-look-like-after-lockdown-196557I get that you may not be a member of a golf club as you are describing a process of paying to play at a seaside putting course and not a member turning up to play their own course.My course has no requirement to enter the clubhouse at all.The clubhouse would remain shut.There would be two driving areas for each hole each 2 metres away form each other. On the first hole one player goes from the back tee, then then use the front tee for the next hole.No need to pay for rounds as its members only. No customers as such. No buggies. Players have their own equipment anyway.The flag stays in the hole and there is a raised area just beneath the cup which stops the ball going down into the hole.Its non handicap golfing. No scores as such. With the exception of the two tee area these were all the things we were doing just prior to lockdown.This is all perfectly achievable.In short. I have literally just done my days exercise walking round the first nine at the club. I start at the tee and walk round the green and onto the next tee. No issues, not bothering anyone, not getting close to anyone. Whats the difference if I did that with a set of clubs and a trolley? None. Whats the difference if i hit a ball? None.

Love it. as long as members can play everyone can go do one? anyone else that isn’t a member but instead pays for a round as they rarely play, you can’t play.... Well why didn’t you say so.

S’ok key workers the new influx are members.

Just wait like everyone else. You’re not special nor is this recreation.

P.S. correct I’m not a member but I do play, not often enough, but that’s life getting in the way. Your assumption is a shining example of why I wouldn’t want to be a ‘member’.
Edited by: "cliffio76" 4th May
cliffio7604/05/2020 19:19

Love it. as long as members can play everyone can go do one? anyone else …Love it. as long as members can play everyone can go do one? anyone else that isn’t a member but instead pays for a round as they rarely play, you can’t play.... Well why didn’t you say so. S’ok key workers the new influx are members. Just wait like everyone else. You’re not special nor is this recreation.P.S. correct I’m not a member but I do play, not often enough, but that’s life getting in the way. Your assumption is a shining example of why I wouldn’t want to be a ‘member’.



dinglebert04/05/2020 17:22

Firstly the plans are there for golf to restart. They are simple and …Firstly the plans are there for golf to restart. They are simple and would work.My course has no requirement to enter the clubhouse at all.The clubhouse would remain shut.There would be two driving areas for each hole each 2 metres away form each other. On the first hole one player goes from the back tee, then then use the front tee for the next hole.No need to pay for rounds as its members only. No customers as such. No buggies. Players have their own equipment anyway.The flag stays in the hole and there is a raised area just beneath the cup which stops the ball going down into the hole.Its non handicap golfing. No scores as such. With the exception of the two tee area these were all the things we were doing just prior to lockdown.This is all perfectly achievable.


Grow up. You pointed out why you didn't think it would work. I pointed out how the golfing authorities have decided to move forward. You choose to attack me for their decisions.

You have no knowledge of me or my club. I'm also a key worker nurse so more than aware of the problems.
Edited by: "dinglebert" 4th May
I responded to your view of common sense and assumptions of others. Plus a large dollop Of bigger picture perspective. Now you’re hiding behind their polo skirt. I’m not the one needing to grow.
I'm all for golf courses being re-opened. So why if i was a member would i want my course to open. Simple

I have aready paid to play for the year and every day that passes i am losing money. The glf course isn't going to refund me is it.

If i am nomad (which i am), then i only pay when i play, therefore not losign any money on a daily basis.
Our courses were able to reopen today. Single player. Members only. Balls to be removed from bunkers and no flags to be removed. Pretty simple stuff
Peat7604/05/2020 22:41

Our courses were able to reopen today. Single player. Members only. …Our courses were able to reopen today. Single player. Members only. Balls to be removed from bunkers and no flags to be removed. Pretty simple stuff


Where was this?
Worth keeping an eye out for Lidl's putting mat (usually comes in stock once or twice a year): Lidl Putting mat

It has a ball return system and you can brush the mat's pile into or with you to make it faster or slower and the ball leaves a trail.
Back in stock and price has reduced again - Amazon should refund the difference, just contact them.
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