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Adam Hazelwood

Down to 6.8 handicap from 14.2 this year. Next year I would like to halve it again. Putting has been my weakness. I’ve tried many alternatives and even went back to wrist putting for a time this year. Your method of using the arm/club unit as one works, I like it. But I’ve struggled with consistency. Today I had a eureka discovery. I’ve always had my weight on the balls of my feet (unknowingly) when putting. In my full swing, I’m keeping my weight over my heels to allow the squat and stop early extension. I thought I’d try it with the putter and WOW! Whilst I didn’t hole everything, I hit every putt solid and straight-faced. My problem must have been lack of stability – weight through heels also makes hanging the club/arm unit from the shoulder much more relaxed and flowing. Watch our world!

Shawn Clement

YES!!!! Like we always say: balance the machine through the ankles (all spikes solid in the ground) and COG in a relaxed state through the centre of the ankles. THEN we want the ARM-PUTTER UNIT in balance under the shoulder sockets where it can track it’s own arc in the direction you want the putt to roll. KUDOS on your AHA moment!! 👍😀👌

Ronald Burkholder

Shawn, great video. I have been putting with my eyes closed for over four years. Cured my impact yips. I cant see the putter go back or come through, so I can’t manipulate the impact speed, path, or impact face angle. I don’t make every putt, but I make almost all the short ones. My stock putt goes about 7 to 9 paces depending on green speed, so any putt inside 9 paces is done eyes closed using only gravity to create the stroke.


Excellent video. First of all, it confirms my choice of not using the logo on the ball anymore, it was really getting in my way.
Now looking at the hole is a very interesting thing that I should explore. I recently started practicing ice hockey (my 9 year old son is a goal keeper, I took some interest in that game, at 44 years old…), and being a right handed golfer I play hockey “left handed”, but more importantly I constantly look at the puck. I realised on my last practice that I pass the puck much better looking at where I want to pass it. Obvious stuff for any hockey player, but for me very hard habit to undo. So I might just apply this to my putting, because trying to match speed and slope isn’t very different to matching puck and playing partner speed.

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Very nice.
Thank you

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