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thought I’d put a quick post forward to inform you all about some exciting news regarding AimPoint Green Reading. Mark Sweeney the founder and creator of AimPoint and Europe’s Senior AimPoint instructor Jamie Donaldson will be visiting Asia next week to deliver the #1 world-renowned AimPoint Green Reading System.

his is not just another blog on AimPoint Green Reading, that’s because it won’t just be looked at through the eyes of a trained instructor or student. It will be seen through the eyes of a top 100 tour player and talked about through the experiences of one of the most respected and experienced AimPoint […]

’ve been certified as an AimPoint instructor now for two years, spreading the AimPoint word in Australia and now throughout Asia. I receive regular inquiries from students wanting to attend classes and understand more about how the green reading system works.

n their recent trip down under CEO and founder of AimPoint Mark Sweeney and Senior Instructor Jamie Donaldson delivered a host of AimPoint Fundamental and Advanced Clinics for avid golfers across Australia. Here’s a radio interview with host Mark Allen from SEN radio interviewing Jamie Donaldson and certified instructor in Australia, Steven Giuliano about AimPoint […]

s the first AimPoint certified instructor in Australia I get asked this question a lot. Steven, what is AimPoint?  And why should I invest so much money in just one clinic, when a normal putting clinic is just a third of the cost?

ver wonder what AimPoint Green Reading is all about? When it comes to putting, players and coaches have generally worked towards improvement in technical aspects of the stroke, distance control and other related areas. AimPoint Technologies focuses on the science of predictive putt technology and green reading instruction.  Many of you may have seen this […]

ike many experienced golf professionals and elite amateurs I believed I was a great putter.  In the three years I played professionally I never averaged over 30 putts per round, in fact I once remember taking just 20 putts to get through a pro-am event.  In my junior days I used to find a way […]