Zero G Putting Process no 2


kikokika1 - October 25, 2016

very similar to count yogi pre setup JH
He holds the club above his waist and sets it up with his hands after which
hes ready to swing and the ball is getting in the way of the club. How
ironic that all this things are interconnected from the greats of the game,
TY JH for ur wonderful insights again.

    1atomicgolf - October 25, 2016

    Nothing is ‘new’ in Golf instruction… I see instruction from a 100 years
    ago that is relative to today’s instruction… today its just ‘packaged
    differently…. I think Count Yogi knew everything about the Golf swing and
    Putting…. and if he were alive today I can tell you he would still be
    advocating what he did in his swing and putting all those years ago.
    cheers JH

Martin Saar - October 26, 2016

JH, have you abandoned the right eye position, as you show in an earlier
video “Why Putting Is Difficult no 1”?

    1atomicgolf - October 26, 2016

    Hi Martin,
    I haven’t abandoned the Dominant eye technique.in my own putting … I just
    provide lots of ‘different’ stuff for players to try …putting is so
    personal and one method ever fits all… I do however keep the putter
    suspended in my own putting process.
    cheers Jh

kikokika1 - October 29, 2016

JH i never tried hovering the putter before but after having seen u do it
and explain the logistics of it i began to understand what it means.
Nowadays when i swing the putter(swing not hit the ball) lol i can feel the
ball leave the face and go to the intended target wow.
Incidentally, they showed Ricky fowler on the second round of the HSBC in
china where he shot 65 how before he rolls the ball he lifts it off the
ground by a fraction meaning hes not grounding it unlike rory mcilroy
TY again JH and more power to u
Hope u get better with ur flu and take care

    1atomicgolf - October 29, 2016

    Hi Jay,
    Thanks for the well wishes, I can tell you today I am absolutely struggling
    with this Flu, its my fault really because I dont take medications and try
    to just roll through any thing I pick up, but it seems I am not as strong
    physiologically as I used to be, I have to realize I am not a young guy
    Ricky really rolls his ball, could be the best putter out there right now.

    cheers JH

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