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Since golf started players have been in search of the perfect putting stroke.  They are constantly looking for new and advanced technology and more effective methods to improve their putting.  There are many factors that have to come together to hit a perfect putt, but all are irrelevant if one is aiming incorrectly.  It is thought that over 80% of putting errors are due to aiming the putterface poorly.  With other sports where accurate aiming is important (shooting a gun, playing snooker, throwing a dart) one puts their eyes on the target line behind the projectile.  This is the best way to accurately gauge where the target is.  Aiming a putter to the target is like shooting a gun while looking at the barrel from the side and is therefore extremely difficult to get right. How can we solve this problem?? 

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I made the mistake, of taking a brand new dozen of Bridgestones, and putting lines on them. Why would anyone in their right mind do that?  Take one ball line it, putt with it, and see if it helps or you like it. Not this cowboy, line them all. Then proceed to practice with it. I absolutely, unequivocally  hated it. Felt totally to uncomfortable, never got it on line, tried and tried to no avail. I don't have to tell the moral of this story, it's pretty clear. As, for the dozen of new Bridgestone, my 13 year old nephew seems to like them very much.

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Since golf started players have been in search of the perfect putting stroke. They are constantly looking for new and advanced technology and more effective methods to improve their putting. There are many factors that have to come together to hit a perfect putt, but all are irrelevant if one is aiming incorrectly. It is thought that over 80% of putting errors are due to aiming the putterface poorly. With other sports where accurate aiming is important (shooting a gun, playing snooker, throwing a dart) one puts their eyes on the target line behind the projectile. This is the best way to accurately gauge where the target is. Aiming a putter to the target is like shooting a gun while looking at the barrel from the side and is therefore extremely difficult to get right. How can we solve this problem?? To read more check out https://www.smartgolf.biz/forum/smartgolf-methods/putt-like-shoot

Hmmm first post and a link to their website. A bit of self promotion?

 

 

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Hmmm first post and a link to their website. A bit of self promotion?

 

 

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Tony, you can go back to edit your post and remove the link from his post that you quoted as well.   

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Been putting this way for a few years now.  

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