4 Responses to “Why Putting Is Difficult no 1.”

  1. <path_to_url> Na 2

    I woke up this morning, watched this session and thought I would give it a
    go this morning at golf (my putting has been that bad lately). Just got
    back and what a difference. I was actually hitting the points at which I
    aimed. The nett result- 4 birdies and at least 4 other clutch putts from 3
    metres plus a number of putts sliding past the hole. I didn’t use the
    reverse grip but may experiment with this. A big thank you.
    Nats

    • <path_to_url> 1atomicgolf

      +Ngatau Hemopo That’s a good result I would think, to go from putting badly
      to actually hitting aiming spots is quite a difference, grip style
      preference is an individual thing for sure, I only recommend the left hand
      down and pulled close to the right hand because it aligns the left shoulder
      so well and creates great triangulation of the arms.shoulders etc.
      Hope the putting goes on to improve even more.
      reghards JH

  2. <path_to_url> Martin Saar

    I´ve tested and am convinced! A very good way of putting. Thanks. Greatings
    from Sweden.

    • <path_to_url> 1atomicgolf

      +Martin Saar Hi Martin,
      Just make sure you go through the 90 deg address formation process every
      time you putt and that way you wont lose the feeling of the structure of
      the system, if you get a bit a bit slack in the setting setting up
      procedure you can lose the sighting and stability factors of the system,
      glad you got good results with the method.
      cheers JH