THE BIOMECH ACCULOCK ACE PUTTER SURE LOOKS STRANGE. BUT IT COULD HELP YOU BECOME A WIZARD ON THE GREENS
— Tony Dear
According to Dr. Frank Fornari, Ph.D. and CEO of Rhode Island-based BioMech Sports, most golfers don’t make a stroke when putting, but rather a ‘massive isometric contraction’. Ooh, sounds painful.
“It’s really just a giant spasm,” Fornari adds. “And it causes fatigue because the muscles are tense, and it attempts to coordinate the firing of billions of neurons and muscle fibers at the right time. It’s really no wonder most people find putting so frustrating and that so many end up with the yips.”
For six years, Fornari, an expert in physiology, physics, biomechanics, and the study of motion, has researched the putting stroke and developed what he thinks is a putter that radically improves a person’s posture, alignment, and stroke, and results in much-improved impact and putting performance…