The Flight Deck is genius! It provides valuable alignment and impact feedback. Also, the DUO provides visual feedback and has a nice start line training function on the flip side.

Dr. Craig Farnsworth – AKA “The Putt Doctor”

I started using Flight Deck in Witchita, Kansas and won immediately that week. This is the simplest and most effective putting aid I have used. Super easy to train a few minutes before you practice or play.

Jared Wolfe – PGA Tour

I’ve seen some unusual training aids before, but I must admit hearing about an impact putting training aid really sparked my interest. If your interested in improving your putting face angle at impact this may be the perfect training aid for you.

The product is called Flight Deck Tour and the Flight Deck Duo. The Flight Deck Tour is an impact putting training aid developed to improve your alignment and help with making solid contact and square impact. It has a very unique putting block at the end which helps to train you to have a square putter face at impact which is critical to putting success.

The Flight Deck Duo is also a very unique putting training aid that has 2 sides to practice with. One side has a stainless steel mirror on it to help with your eye alignment, while the other side scratch proof polycarbonate that has graphics for ball start line and tee gate training. Both sides offer an array of training help and will definitely help improve your putting skills.

You can also you the Flight Deck Tour in conjunction with the Flight Deck Duo and now have a variety of putting training options. I tried both separately and together over several weeks and without a doubt my putting has improved. I would estimate after 2 weeks of regular practice with these training aids, I’m 2-3 putts less per round. The Duo and Tour work, and I will continue taking both to the practice putting green to continue to improve my putting.

The company website is and the Tour model costs $44.99, the Duo costs $54.99, and the combo kit with both costs $84.99. Also each one is very portable and easily fits in your golf bag so you can take to the golf course or when you travel.

It does take time and practice as with any training aid. However, I can assure you that the Tour and Duo both do a great job in helping you to improve your putting, which as we all know is the most important part of everyone’s golf game.

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“Flight Deck is a perfect external cues tool that allows players to self organize two of the techniques I consider important in putting: Peak velocity at impact and Square line of compression to the target line at impact.” 

Jong Hwan Choi,  CHOI JONG HWAN PUTTING ACADEMY   Founder & Tour Putting Coach

#1 Putting Coach in Korea

LPGA students include 2019 and 2020 US Open Women’s Champions, Jeong eun Lee6 and A Lim Kim.

Golf Gong Top 100 Instructor, South Korea
AimPoint LV3 Certified
PuttDoctor Certified
Putting Solutions Certified
Putting Zone Certified

Jong Hwan Choi

“The Flight Deck is a simple yet effective way of seeing, feeling and practicing how to square the clubface while putting. Impact training for putting is pure genius!”

Erika Larkin, PGA  Director of Instruction: The Club at Creighton Farms,

Golf  Digest No. 1 Teacher in Virginia since 2014,  Golf Digest Best Young Teachers since   2012,   Golf Magazine Top 100 Instructor,  Golf Magazine “8 Teachers to Watch”    2019

Erika Larkin, PGA

“It’s so simple that it gets people to feel the crash or impact of a solid hit.”
“I actually have one in my travel bag for the summer.”

Stan Utley,  Top Short Game Instructor,  PGA Tour and Tour Winner    Stan’s success on the PGA TOUR and Tour attracts students from around the globe who compete in worldwide tournaments & events.    PGA Tour record holder:  Stan set the record at the 2002 Air Canada Championship with six putts in nine holes.   He averaged 27.13 putts a round.  Golf Digest America’s 50 Greatest Teachers:  Ranked 25th Best Golf Coach in the United States by Golf Digest.

Stan Utley