Monday, July 10, 2017

MLA Golf Introduces New BLACK EDITION of its Award Winning Putters

(SWITZERLAND) - MLA Golf, a global player in high-performance golf clubs and equipment, announced that they've introduced a new BLACK EDITION of its Award Winning TOUR CLASSIC, TOUR MALLET and TOUR XDREAM putters.

The distinctive Black PV Finish of MLA Golf's new Tour Series Black Edition putters set them apart from the competition. The top of each putter features a black satin finish, to reduce glare at setup, while the sole features a contrasting combination of deep black mirrored and black satin finishes.

Three Award Winning models are available in the new Black Edition Series. The TOUR CLASSIC, voted as the #2 Most Wanted Putter in 2015 by MyGolfSpy, the TOUR MALLET, voted as the #1 Most Wanted Putter in 2017 at 20 ft. by MyGolfSpy and the TOUR XDREAM, voted #2 Most Wanted Putter in 2016 from 20 ft. by MyGolfSpy.

Patented Multiple Line-detector Activation
What truly sets the MLA Putter apart from the competition is its patented MLA (Multiple Line-detector Activation) Alignment Technology that will revolutionize your putting.

This is how it works...

We all have internal guides to compare and analyze sensory information that control pace and direction of putts. The MLA putters are designed to take advantage of these guides. MLA Putters worked with Dr. Lennart Högman, Ph.D. Dr. Högman has studied the perceptual process for more than 20 years and has performed studies that have revised the science between the human's perceptions and the human being's motor skills.

Dr. Högman says: "An alignment system that acts upon multiple line detectors is a key to obtain veridical motion perception and a perfect in-line stroke surface."

The brain consists of 100,000 line detectors that are divided into a number of groups that help us decide what is straight. A simple line, for example, activates a group of detectors. When several groups of detectors are activated, these help the brain to make correct judgments.

However, the more line detectors that are stimulated will not automatically lead to a better line judgment. On the contrary, this can create a "competition" between the line detectors that will lead to different degrees of (so called) optical illusions.

MLA is developed to activate the maximum number of coordinated detectors for optimal aiming judgment.

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