Perfect Practice Introduces The Raindrop, A Retractable Putting String Alignment Device

BOCA RATON, Florida — Perfect Practice has partnered with GOLF Top-100 Instructor Matt Killen to launch The Raindrop, a retractable putting string alignment device that makes it easy for golfers to practice like the pros as they improve their alignment, putting stroke, speed control, and green reading skills.

The Raindrop is a breeze for golfers to set up and adjust. Its design includes two stakes and a retractable string that extends to 15 feet. One stake is placed behind the hole, while the other is placed behind the start line of the putt, allowing golfers to get an uninterrupted view of where they’re aimed and if they’re starting putts on the correct line.

“To improve their putting, golfers have to put in the work,” said GOLF Top-100 Instructor Matt Killen. “The reason I’m excited about this partnership with Perfect Practice is that together we can develop products that speed up improvement. That’s what The Raindrop does, and it’s the first of many important products to come.”

The Raindrop is built to offer golfers maximum efficiency, allowing them to easily transition to putts of different lengths and breaks in seconds. Its retractable putting string won’t tangle, and it comes with a neoprene carrying case that protects it in a golfer’s bag.

“Matt’s work with major championship winners and thousands of other golfers has led him to understand the fastest ways to help golfers improve, as well as what gets in their way,” said Perfect Practice Co-Founder Oren Kantor. “We’re excited to continue to work with Matt as we develop new products and content that will make practice more fun and more effective for golfers around the world.”


The Raindrop is available for a special introductory price of $49.99 while supplies last at


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