Monday, March 31, 2014

The Next Ten Lessons

 Lesson 166-Uncommon knowledge? Understanding what works for you. Study your mechanics. Start with your source of motion. #Lesson31

 Lesson 167-More "forgiving" should not be your default position if you are looking to improve your putting! More forgiving=Less feedback.

Lesson 168-If you can't feel the location of the strike on the face of the putter, how can you make a correction? Too much of a good thing?

Lesson 169-Good balance + a consistent source of motion=a consistent strike pattern on the face of the putter. Common trait of best putters.

Lesson 170-Winter practice? Roll ball online (direction) with different stroke lengths (speed). Use impact tape-find a consistent strike.

Lesson 171-Use indoor practice time to perfect a consistent source of motion. Single arm, arms together, shoulders around spine. Pick one!

Lesson 172-A common mechanical conflict? Start the putter back differently every time. Success starts with consistent motion sequence.

Lesson 173-Making 1000 putts in a row indoors is no help unless you can adjust. Results don't count unless you understand the process

Lesson 174- Putting is a pass/fail exercise-no second chances. Repetitive practice on the same putt only teaches you how to make that putt.

Lesson 175-Learning to be a good putter might be more about knowing why you miss a putt than it is about why you make one. What goes wrong?

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