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Quiet Eye

"Good eyesight and vision are underrated. Your eyes influence everything in golf..."

Gary Player. Winner of 9 major championships 9 on the regular tour and on the Champions Tour and a career Grand Slam.

The C-Rod is endorsed to train for Quiet Eye by PGA putting coaches Brett Saunders and Gabriel Hjertstedt.

In 1996 Nick Faldo did eye exercises to improve his putting.  Later that year he won his 3rd Masters.

Sports Vision Vol.1 No.2 2007

"Quiet Eye may explain why elite athletes can maintain their focus even under high pressure."

David Robson - BBC Reporter June 29, 2018

Quiet Eye training facilitates competitive putting performance.

Frontiers in Psychology 2011;2:8

About the Endorsers:

Brett Saunders was the putting coach to winning PGA Tour Pro Adam Hadwin and is the swing and putting coach to LPGA Tour Pro Alena Sharp.  Brett was named one of Canada's top 50 golf instructors and is a former member of the Golf Canada National Coaching Staff.  Brett was the former head coach for both the University of British Columbia and Simon Fraser University golf teams.  He is one of the founders of the Morgan Creek Performance Golf Academy and is a BCPGA Professional.  Brett's students have 45 professional golf tournament wins.

Gabriel Hjertstedt is a two time PGA Tour winner, has played in all four "Major" golf championships and played for his home country of Sweden in the Dunhill Cup.  Gabriel is the swing and short game coach for numerous PGA Tour Pros. 


The C-Rod

The C-Rod is an eye exercise tool that can help you achieve Quiet Eye by using standardized protocols and working distances on a fixed plane: 1) Saccadic Eye Movements on a horizontal plane - first slow then fast. 2) Slow Saccadic Eye Movements in the vertical and oblique planes. 3) Fixation and Tracking on a horizontal plane 4) Dynamic Near Point of Convergence Exercises; Near-Far Jumps 5) Accommodation / Convergence training. All this in five minutes a day. Light weight, portable and not subject to water damage. U.S. Patent D931,457