Use a Proper Setup
First, ensure your setup
matches your course by setting your stimp
Stimp is the official measure of the green speed as defined by the USGA. Most greens run in the 7-9 range. A nice, private club may run 10-11. The Master’s runs 12-14. Our mat rolls about 11-12 when flat on the floor.
To get the most out of your Chirrp, learn to set your stimp using the tee holders on the bottom of your Chirrp Base.
Ring the Gong!
What is a Gong?
Most practice putting mats focus only on starting the ball on your line. Chirrp teaches distance and line. When putts have break, there is only a small range of line and speed combinations that will put the ball in the cup. Stopping your putt on the Chirrp Birdie means you’ve hit the perfect distance and line – we score that a 100 and the app makes a gong sound. We score every putt to tell you how accurate your speed and line are on every putt you take.