Blake_T wrote:on the short putts, it is a slow pitch or a mis-timing on release. most likely a mis-timing on release caused by a slow pitch. an easy fix to this is to grip closer to 3 o'clock (or even near 4) as it will remove a lot of the wrist flex that occurs.
as for left side putts, that is why you have to hit center or right side.
as for nose angle and keeping the disc parallel at the rest position, i have the same result and that is what i do.
as for 50' putts, those are long putts. i don't expect to make more than about 1 in 15 from that range (but some days i will get hot and drill 3-4). add weight shift or jump putt to get more power. also, if you are using a control grip, that will also take off some power.
Glock23 wrote:It is easier if you picture it on a disc. That is what they are refering to. The top of the disc being 12, the bottom 6 and so on. 3 and 4 o'clock are grip points on the disc. Hope this helps.
By riccocheting my wrist, do you mean that I am bouncing/moving it too much? If so, do I just tighten my grip to help make the wrist less 'loose'? That makes sense about the spits-thanks!
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