bents wrote:I just recently figured out what I think is an important body mechanic for driving. JR always says "brace the right leg" and I misread this to mean "stiffen the leg". Stiffening the leg holds it fixed relative to your body, so when you're rotating, a stiffened leg rotates with you. But what I figured out he meant was to hold the leg fixed relative to the ground, with your body rotating around it. The same muscle action while lying still would produce a hard inward (counter-clockwise) rotation of the leg.
I've only been able to try this twice (stomach flu...) since I figured it out, but it definitely felt more powerful than what I was doing before. It makes sense physically, to "rotate against" your fixed leg, and I'm surprised I hadn't figured it out before!
Steady 26542 wrote:Yes, it makes sense. I have always been a more conservative player. I refuse to blow by on putts. If I miss, I miss short. I can live with that...
No matter what putting style one uses a sharp end acceleration helps and adds a lot to putting accuracy.
JHern wrote:If your putter isn't your favorite disc, get a new putter.
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