practically invincible wrote:It's reached the point on my home course where I can drive to within a reasonable birdie distance of about 30 feet on about 10 of 18 holes. The issue I'm seeing a lot is being just under one of the many big ol pine trees that are very close to the baskets. Most have branches high enough up that I can crouch underneath, but the problem is I rely a lot on weight transfer in my putting and I can't get the oomph I need, and maintain accuracy, while crouched. Just wondering what techniques you guys like to use for those weird spots?
JHern wrote:Kneeling putts are an essential skill on many courses I've played. It definitely favors a spin putt-like throw.
Incorporate it into your practice routine. Most people practice putting in the wide open, in their preferred stance, under the most ideal conditions they could ever experience, but which are rarely realized on the course.
Apothecary wrote:jr: that was a lot of nonsense.
op: practice putting with all arm from the belt buckle with no weight shift. if you can learn how to get a nice pop with that technique it will translate to being able to do the same shot from a knee when it counts.
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