CatPredator wrote:Beto your putts look different than most everyone else around here. It's difficult to tell where the power is even coming from. After I felt the pop though, I understood and couldn't even remember how I used to putt. Was weird. Now it's difficult for me to even attempt a limp arm slip putt. Even watching other people do it is hard...
Blake_T wrote:slowing down gives you more time to enter your head and muck things up. i've adopted the mentality of "the 2nd disc you picked up off the ground and threw at the basket after you missed your putt always goes in." a pure throw, pure reaction and instinct. step up and fire. if you've had the practice, have a rock solid release, and have gauged your distance/wind/risk correctly, the putt should go in. if you putt this style, rapid fire practice putts are actually beneficial.
Blake_T wrote:if you are 20' away and aim at a box in the air that is 12' away, you can hit that box with 90% or better consistency, which is most likely a much higher percentage from trying to hit a target from 20'.
masterbeato wrote:i figured im weird because i dont think about anything when i putt i just step up and throw the disc and it goes in the basket.
Blake_T wrote:when you practice 1 and 2 enough you can get to the point where you do this automatically. you can also appear to be better at this by planning your landing zone based upon the wind at the basket.
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