Author Topic: Distance Contro  (Read 89 times)

bargolf

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Distance Contro
« on: February 09, 2019, 12:19:17 PM »
It is much more important to know how a specific distance feels than how it looks. If you can roll a ball a described distance with your eyes closed you know you are on the right track. That is why we want the putter to match the stroke. We want the putter that is best matched in weight, and face balance so there is no interference to the motion.
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Re: Distance Contro
« Reply #1 on: February 09, 2019, 03:27:27 PM »
Hey Bruce, what kind of putters do you recommend for little guys just starting out? Does it matter at all?

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Re: Distance Contro
« Reply #2 on: February 09, 2019, 07:39:05 PM »
I recommend low tech to develop a feel for the sweetspot. Old Anser putters, Bullseye blades, heel shafted blades. Don't go high moi or inserts until they know what they would prefer.

I also like old two ball putters but be sure they can aim them.
Byron Morgan Bombora In-Between Long Pipe
Byron Morgan DaKine Long Pipe
Staff Professional Burnt Edges Consulting
SLDR TP 9.5 TP
SLDR 3 14 degree TP
SLDR TP Hybrids 17 and 21
Nike VR Pro Blades 4-9 KBS Tour S
Clay Long Desig TM 50 and 56