cmlasley wrote:To make my approaches better, I've had to rethink my objectives from 150'. From 150', my chances of going in are either slim or none. I'm aiming for the base of the pin, not the chains now, and that alone has made a big difference in my putting because I rarely have even a 30 footer to hit to score now. It takes the putting out of the game.
I hit more gentle hyzers from 75'-150' than I do jump putts from 40'-75'. In fact, I've only ever hit one jump putt and I've made a 90' approach two of the last three times I've played.Blake_T wrote:gentle hyzers and touch anhyzers are much easier to work on.
tumpsi wrote:I've been throwing mostly max weight Glow Aviars for almos 2 years now, I
guess I'm gonna try some lighter ones too. What weight do you suggest? I've
been testing JK/KC Aviars this week, and they're good too. Classic Aviar is on
a try out today, and next week is going to be an ode to The Discmania P2.
Then, my gentle hyzers suck altogether on another level. They always seem to come out 30 degrees further than I want. I think I'm letting fundamentals go and trying to let my arm lead and do all the work.
tumpsi wrote:Midnightbiker wrote:While you are at it, try a Star Coyote.
Thanks, but no thanks. Didn't like the feel of Coyotes.
Blake_T wrote:not sure, but i know the original discmania putter was just a sirius omega.
tip #3 if you are really loose on your approaches, pull the pig out and start throwing spike hyzers.
The Natural wrote:tip #3 if you are really loose on your approaches, pull the pig out and start throwing spike hyzers.
I've been doing this more and more. Well since wickham opened back up. It's been working great for me. I too suck in this range, it's the largest hole in my game right now.
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