How is your math? Try this equation: (Putter loft) - (shaft lean) = loft at impact
If you want to roll it like a Wizard, then you must get this equation correct.
Take a look at this video clip to get the details. It will decide the shape of your stroke, and the number of putts you hole.
I’m getting ready for my best putting year ever … how about you?
Check out some of the tools we used:
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We want you to have the best mirror for your eyes - that is why we have 3 models.
When you get instant, perfect information that makes sense to your eyes... life gets better!
- The EyeLine Mirror is ideal if you like to see the ball in a parallel "slot" (9.25" x 17.5")
- The Edge Mirror is perfect if you want to check your shoulder alignment (7.5" x 12")
- The Putting Alignment Mirror is travel size and always ready for your warm-up (5.75" x 11.75")
All these mirrors are in use on Pro Tours around the world and growing each week. They provide instant, accurate feedback every player needs every day... including you.
Portability and Durability
The Putting Alignment Mirror or Edge Mirror are the best choice if you need a mirror you can store in your bag. The larger EyeLine Mirror is less durable but gives you a full view of your stroke and shoulders with a slot in the center.
If you want to putt your best you have to have unshakable confidence. This exercise will help you get the maximum results. I hope you laugh and I hope you use it :)
Click here to see the Impact Ball Liner - This unique version is a powerful tool
Consistent stroke length combined with consistent stroke pace creates consistent distance. This game tests your pace. Make the same stroke lengths, and try to roll the ball the same distance. The result is distance control you can count on... for fewer 3 putts and more tap-ins.
Create a speed “ladder” with tees placed at 3′ increments. Roll a ball between the tees, then the next one between the next set of tees until you are at the top of the ladder. Repeat in reverse. You hands and eyes will get sharper with every trip up and down the ladder.