Part 1 of 2 | Putter Face Wobble, Strike & Start Line...

Part 1 of 2 | Putter Face Wobble, Strike & Start Line...

The quicker you can forget about the mechanics of putting the quicker you will improve. It all comes back to the STRIKE that I keep going on about. When you strike the centre of the putter face (sweet spot) the putter face has stability, meaning your ball will start off on the right line and roll consistently giving you a greater chance of holing more putts.

It doesn't matter how good your green reading is or how mechanically perfect your putting stroke is if you cant hit / strike the middle of the putter face consistently. You need to relax and have the "Free Degrees of Motion" I keep talking about in all my videos, then you can then feel the weight of the putter head to improve your awareness, improving strike, ball roll and start line.

The GForce Putter and its Super Flexible Shaft helps you to develop your strike, if you suffer with the putting yips this club will help you get rid of them. Too much tension, yanking the putter around or jabbing at the ball will result in a poor roll on your ball causing start line issues. Feeling the weight of the putter head swinging back and through freely will improve your rhythm and tempo which is important, it stops you getting too tense and locking out which will cause you to lose the ability to have a sense of touch around the green, which is exactly what you need to control distances. Feeling the weight of the putter head and allowing it to swing freely gives it a very predictable, consistent path.

Focus of keeping the GForce Shaft rigid swinging back and through, if you bend it to much or yank it around or stab at the ball you will miss hit it, because if you bend the shaft too much the ball will fly off the face to fast. Learn to swing it like a pendulum and start the ball off rolling over continuously, starting the ball on the right line through the putting gate that comes with the putter.

Some key 🗝️ references that have helped me over the past 20 years to put this video together in the simplest possible way, you should go and check out their work :-)

Chris Riddoch - Sports science professor and coach

Gabriele Wulf - Professor in the Department of Kinesiology

Rob Gray - Professor of Human Systems Engineering

Michael Neff - Director of Gears Golf 3D Motion Capture

Pete Cowen - PGA Tour Coach

Shaun Clement - Wisdom in Golf

Chuck Quinton - Rotary Swing Golf

Ernst Jones - Swing The Clubhead

Good Luck 🍀 Stuart Founder

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