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Individuals learning a new sport often repeat a motion hundreds or thousands of times to try to perfect their form. The quintessential example of this process may be a beginning golfer struggling to learn to putt, where strokes must be precise and consistent in order to place the ball in the hole. This paper presents a four-cable haptic device designed to help golfers learn to improve their putting accuracy. This planar three-DOF system provides feedback that consists of two Cartesian forcesdoi:10.1109/whc.2011.5945484 dblp:conf/haptics/HuangKBK11 fatcat:zpi5tfngajevrjd4vlm35dp2vy