Putting

Nov11-Putting
Nov11-Putting

So many putters to choose from, and it seems that some of them include more science than the space shuttle. Somehow I think the player moving the putter has something to do with the outcome, or at least until Tesla perfects the self-steering car.

In general, I think golfers want to improve their putting but only up to a certain point.  There don’t seem to be many golfers willing to put in the time, and those who are willing to put in the time are putting in poorly spent time.

I believe that over the next few years you’re going to see a revolution in teaching. It’s not going to be new or more technology, but more along the lines of developing your senses through curiosity and guided experimentation.

We will get away from the thinking that to achieve you need to beat more golf balls and stand for hours trying to produce and reproduce the same action over and over again.

Imagine this concept...the ball goes in the hole because of what you did. It wasn’t the putter, it was YOU. How cool is that!