Putting – Two Parts To A Putt

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Paul Wilson

Paul Wilson is the creator of Swing Machine Golf and founder of Ignition Golf. Paul's golf swing technique is based on the Iron Byron swing machine. YouTube Channels: Paul Wilson Golf and Ignition Golf Tips. Please Join me on Google+

7 Responses to “Putting – Two Parts To A Putt”

  1. Getting the distance right is far more important than getting the perfect Line .When YOUR distance assessments is right ,YOUR ball is nô more than a ” tap in” distance from the hole .This is my putting drill daily routine exercise : 4 feet ,6 feet ,8 feet ,10 feet ,15 feet ,20 feet .25 feet : 20 balls from each distance
    = 140 puts per day .
    For the balls from 4,6 ,8 ,10 feet ,all TWenty balls have to be in the hole before moving TO another distance try eyes closed when putting .

    • August 31, 2015

      Paul Wilson

      Raymond,

      So many people I see do not have the line. Maybe you do. If so, you would work on direction. That would also mean this tip is not for you.

  2. September 1, 2015

    RaymondCHASTEL

    Paul, TO see the line ,it’s easy ,it’s obvious :just position YOUR eyes over the ball ,this means the upper body and head are nearly parallèl to the ground .
    As for seeing the Line when there is break if it is not NATURAL to you ( All those who have gone through engineering drawings with complex surfaces read slopes ,surfaces and volumes easily ,That was in the ‘ 50’s ,there were nô computers at the time ,nô CAD/ CAM ),they should rely on the AIM,POINT méthod ,it’s factual and easy to learn ‘.,

  3. September 1, 2015

    RobertGibson

    Paul:
    I’m reviewing chipping as well as putting.

    With putting you demonstrate essentially pitching the ball with you right hand to the target.

    While the setup is different for chipping should I follow the same concept for stroking a chip shot?

    Bob Gibson

    • September 1, 2015

      Paul Wilson

      Bob,

      You can certainly do this throwing motion with chipping too. I like chipping this way then I feel the acceleration of the club. Give it a try.

  4. September 2, 2015

    RobertGibson

    THANKS FOR THE RESPONSE.

    IT MAKES SENSE AND SHOULD HELP ME BE MORE CONSISTENT

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