Lesson 136-When the putter is aimed correctly at address-Left eye dominant players will tend to see this as left and adjust by aiming right.
Lesson 137-When aimed correctly a right eye dominant player will often "see" the putter aimed to the right and adjust by aiming more left.
Lesson 138-Solving the conflicts of lessons 136 & 137 will go a long way to improving your putting. Work with-don't fight your tendencies
Lesson 139-Understanding eye dominance is about learning how you interpret what you see. You might differ from the norm. Your way=best way.
Lesson 140-We have found former baseball players, tend to use their lead eye, even if it is not their "dominant" eye when standing side on.
Moral to the story of Lesson 133-140? You have to discover for yourself how your vision influences your putting stroke. Don't assume!
Lesson 141-Moral to the story of Lessons 133-140? Your have to discover for yourself how your vision influences your putting. Never assume!
Lesson 142-Proper Aim is more about accurate awareness of desired direction than the position of the putter at address. Find the line.
Lesson 143-Aim. Position the putter first. Then build your stance based on the position of the putter. Aim the putter-don't aim your body
Lesson 144-Position the putter first! To be consistent you need a consistent reference. Length and lie of the putter is that reference.
Lesson 145-Position the putter first. Your eyes will tell you where to stand with the putter as a reference. Build your stroke from there.