The primary components that train you to develop square face angle position at impact are the elastic ‘correction’ band and the rubber ‘stop blocks’. Once easily anchored to the green and lined up for a straight putt from an ideal distance of 10 feet or less, you are ready to train.
As you approach the impact zone (Pic 1), the putter first comes into contact with the resistance correction band (Pic 2) and starts to help square your face angle. You then make contact with the ball and end your stroke shortly after against the stop blocks (Pics 3 & 4). This is a very short impact zone of only 1.125 inches (29 mm) and the end of the stroke against the isometric training blocks guarantee the square putter face angle.
A great drill is to pop and hold the finish against the blocks which are set perfectly square to the target line. By providing resistance through impact the player receives positive bio-feedback and isometric training benefits to develop a consistently squarer, stronger impact position.
Flight Deck Putting improves the acceleration graph of the putter head
Contrary to what many believe, in this graph provided by the 3D Capto analysis software it is possible to observe (green curve) the ideal oscillatory curve of the acceleration value of the putter head during its pendulum.
As it is possible to observe, the acceleration near the impact (orange vertical line) should be canceled in order to favor a contact with the ball at a constant head speed.
Flight Deck Teaches Just This! It teaches a natural deceleration capable of guaranteeing solid strokes and better control not only of direction but also of distance.
At Impact, the putter head should never be in acceleration, The best putters stroke arrive at impact at a constant speed so as to minimize the risk of unnecessary rotation and unexpected speed changes of the putter head through impact.
Ps: in light blue it is possible to observe the natural and wrong tendency of most golfers to excessively accelerate the head of the putter precisely at the impact.