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Date Posted: 04:52:57 06/13/00 Tue
Author: Dave Ferguson
Subject: Re: How 'bout Putting
In reply to: Phys Ed 's message, "How 'bout Putting" on 03:44:54 06/13/00 Tue

> Scott Hazledine's putting video suggests not taking a
> backstroke on short putts (under 6 feet).
> He starts with the putter behind the ball a few
> inches, instead of right next to it, and putts using
> only a forward stroke.
> I've been practicing that and it seems to be helping.
> What works for you?
> Thanks,
> Phys Ed
Phys Ed,
This worked for me as well with a small modifications. I found if I used a forward stroke only I could be to robotic and kind of freeze/jab at the ball. Instead I make a very small back stroke just to act as a trigger.

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  • Well, it's working -- Phys Ed, 18:53:36 06/13/00 Tue
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