Quiet Eye is a sports vision concept that was first proposed in the 1980's to improve preforming a task that requires visual attention.
Everything in golf is visual: you visually judge the landscape of the green, the direction of the growth of the grass, wetness, slopes, shadows, elevations, the surrounding landscape (mountains, bodies of water), the wind and even the cut of the edge of the cup.
To prepare for a putt - at the moment of concentration - your eyes must focus in, turn in and rotate in and all of this has to happen in balance. When putting your gaze must be steady, relaxed and locked onto the golf ball. To improve this visual task you must work your visual system beyond it's current functioning level. Using the C-Rod for five minutes a day will help you to be a better putter by developing better visual attention, visual endurance and "Quiet Eye".
Elite athletes consider vision training to be a part of their preparation. If you do this as well, then you will have an edge on the competition.
Quiet Eye training improves surgical knot tying more than traditional technical training.
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.
"Quiet Eye may explain why elite athletes can maintain their focus even under high pressure."
Quiet Eye training facilitates competitive putting performance.
The C-Rod 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.