If you're a passionate golfer like me you've provably read books or watched videos about golf in general and putting in particular. One noticeable fact about putting is how different the techniques are from each other. It is obvious that putting has
always been an individual type of thing. Today on tour you see much of the same variety. The goal remains the same - to get the ball in the hole in as few strokes as possible. I suppose we do what is comfortable as long as we get the desired results.
I believe aiming has been and will remain to be the most difficult part of the whole process of putting. In this book we will learn how to use our vision to zero in on the line and get rid of this problem once and for all.
The science behind putting
can be very complicated. We will only concern ourselves with the forces that power the hit. Gravity, centripetal, and cetrifugal forces will be the forces we'll focus on.
Finally we'll learn how to stabilize the radial and ulna bones in your forearms
to eliminate the rotation that causes the putter head to open and close.
Watch the video and let's get started.