Check Your Putting Alignment

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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+

6 Responses to “Check Your Putting Alignment”

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    April 17, 2020


    Thank U for all u do for the golf industry and us

  2. July 14, 2020


    Hi Paul, I try to follow all your tried and true methods to a T and even follow your thought processes. I haven’t been able to find anything on how you find and hold your line for aiming. Do you settle on a spot in front of you and how far away? Do you look at that at all while you “palming” it to target? Also do you have a putting setup stance checklist routine that you do like for your regular swing. Say do you start with your feet together, etc?
    Thank you so much for making me a better player!


  3. December 6, 2020


    Hi Paul,
    I am a lousy putter. if I’m on, I maybe have only 4 holes with 3 putts. I try to die the bad at the hole, and do a pretty good job of that, but a 3 foot put is probably less than a coin flip’s chance of going in. I set up with what I think is a square stance with the ball at my left instep. That keeps my head behind the ball and I think allows the ball to roll right from the start, it is like putting topspin on it. What do you think s won with this? I admit I don’t practice putting very much.

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      December 11, 2020

      Paul Wilson

      I would suggest to start practicing putting more. Getting a home putting matt would be a great start to at least work on your stroke and working on the shorter putts. You cannot expect to get better in golf without putting in some time practicing. You want to putt some top spin on a golf ball, this is why we play the ball more forward in the stance.

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