How to predict the roll-out distance past the bottom of a tier added by gravity alone and then manage the remaining distance to the hole after that with touch.
Geoff Mangum of the PuttingZone.com describes how the fall line straight uphill thru the cup serves the golfer as a barrier or destination that defines the touch for the curving path of the break (3 factors for break: slope steepness and direction, green rolling speed, and ball rolling speed).
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… Read more »
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… Read more »
Geoff Mangum explains the physics of ball-hole interaction for optimal capture delivery speed of ball at the front lip, with David orr at Tot Hill Farm Golf Club, Asheboro NC.