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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.
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September 17, 2019
Hi Paul, when I do apply too much break, my ball ends up usually above the hole. That makes my second putt downhill and tough. I get it that practice will eventually cure that, but in the meantime should I hit too much break on the pro side, anyway?
September 18, 2019
Yes, you will have some downhill putts. I am not saying to leave it 4 feet above the hole with a trickey downhill slider coming back. Although that is a better putt than if you don’t play enough break. It is all about getting used to playing break. If you never play enough you will never get the experience of playing break. So some downhill putts will be part of the learning curve but as you get better they will get closer.
This was my first video after coming back to IG this week. This is also a great tip that I use when I am not sure of the break. I err on the side of too much break so I at
least know I will be for sure coming closer to the hole.
So good to be back!
Glad you are back. Glad you liked the tip. See playing too much break as a good thing versus not playing enough.
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