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Geoff Mangum on Reading Putts 7 of 7: Reading Returns Full Circle to Touch

Geoff Mangum of the PuttingZone.com describes how reading a putt starts and ends with the usual touch or consistent control of the ball's delivery speed to the hole for all putts, and this means execution of any putt is simply and only stroke the ball nicely with the usual tempo and rhythm, as this is ALL that can or should be done (3 factors for break: slope steepness and direction, green rolling speed, and ball rolling speed).

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PuttingZone Stroke 3: “Bird whistle” tempo

Geoff Mangum's PuttingZone – golf's most advanced putting instruction – video putting tips and lessons for brain-based putting combining the best putting lore over 100 years with modern neuroscience for targeting and stroke movement. Use your brain to putt your best.

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Fall Line Gadget.mov

Megan McChrystal and Geoff Mangum teach how to perceive the fall line of the green and the surface slope, with a simple gadget — a piece of string and a tee peg.

PuttingZone Stroke 5: Timing & ball position

Geoff Mangum's PuttingZone – golf's most advanced putting instruction – video putting tips and lessons for brain-based putting combining the best putting lore over 100 years with modern neuroscience for targeting and stroke movement. Use your brain to putt your best.

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Geoff Mangum on Reading Putts 6 of 7: Intuitive Method of Finding Start Line

Geoff Mangum of the PuttingZone.com describes how the prediction of the curving break path can be done intuitively by "feel" using a baseline and the fall line, never going low, never going too far, and aiming only as high off the baseline at the fall line as required and no higher (3 factors for break: slope steepness and direction, green rolling speed, and ball rolling speed).

PuttingZone Stroke 4: Neck line & shoulder rise

Geoff Mangum's PuttingZone – golf's most advanced putting instruction – video putting tips and lessons for brain-based putting combining the best putting lore over 100 years with modern neuroscience for targeting and stroke movement. Use your brain to putt your best.

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Geoff Mangum on Reading Putts 3 of 7: One speed, one read

Geoff Mangum of the PuttingZone.com describes how the prediction of the curving break path has embedded in it the usual delivery speed of the golfer's personal touch, and this means that there is never any speed to use in executing a putt other than "the usual" (3 factors for break: slope steepness and direction, green rolling speed, and ball rolling speed).

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PuttingZone Aim 2: 3-Step Routine

Geoff Mangum's PuttingZone – golf's most advanced putting instruction – video putting tips and lessons for brain-based putting combining the best putting lore over 100 years with modern neuroscience for targeting and stroke movement. Use your brain to putt your best.

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Geoff-and-Elk.mp4

Geoff Mangum and Steve Elkington on putting, at Champions Golf Course, Houston Texas, 18 September 2010. DVD coming soon to www.SecretintheDirt.com.

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PuttingZone Aim 1: The Aiming T

Geoff Mangum's PuttingZone – golf's most advanced putting instruction – video putting tips and lessons for brain-based putting combining the best putting lore over 100 years with modern neuroscience for targeting and stroke movement. Use your brain to putt your best.