Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Quick Tip 23

This drawing is from the Reference Guide of my online course. It asks the player to consider whether they see perceive the target better coming into the ball or from the ball forward. Which one is best for you? Then consider your dominant eye.


Quick Tip 22

We have been suggesting for years to let your eyes tell you where to stand. Rory has made some real gains in his putting. This is a photo from his Nike days. The second from From Pebble Beach for a new book by @KenBrownGolf. One Putt. Based on his comments about seeing the line, I think it might be a book worth reading.

Monday, February 10, 2020

QuickTip21

This putter, produces this measurement on @captogolf, that matches the Profile 8 has worked out very well for me. Somewhere out there is a perfect fit for you.


Friday, February 7, 2020

Quick Tip 20

These are Capto screen shots of a Face to Path relationship for a D 1 player with a full toe hang blade putter. It shows an open to path/arc from start to finish. Scroll down to see the path and how she adjusts. This is a very typical pattern of a player where the rotational value of the putter is greater than the requirement of the arc.

Thursday, February 6, 2020

Quick Tip 19



Brad Fellers @SchoolIndiana and I built these 9 putters to match each of the 9 Profiles. Each exactly the same as the other with 2 exceptions. Shaft axis and offset. These parameters have a real influence on a stroke and how it travels along the arc.

Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Quick Tip 18

 I would suggest in today’s world of heavier heads and different cog locations, a discussion of toe hang is no longer a valid part of a putter fit discussion. ‬

Monday, February 3, 2020

Quick Tip 17

The lie angle of the putter that fits you best can be an indication of what toe hang you should consider.  The flatter the lie more toe hang, more upright less. Lots of other things to consider, but this is a good start.