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What do you mean by iron fit?
I don't see your point. It seems clear to me that one must have timing down. How does guaranteeing the maximum speed of the putter head occurring before impact eliminate any timing of acceleration? Would you not still have to time your stroke in such a way to get the proper acceleration so that the putter head maximizes at the correct speed at the correct distance short of impact and decelerates thereafter into impact the proper amount?To me it seems like the two...
So I understand what the OP is saying but what is the reasoning behind it? Why is it the case that you want to have the putter head at maximum speed before impact? I saw you mention for one to promote a positive AoA but is there more to it?   I guess my question is, if one were to putt in such a way so that the putter head was accelerating into impact and had a positive AoA do you claim that they would have issues with distance control? If so, why?
I've been Playing Golf for:​ 2-3 years My current handicap index or average score is: 90 My typical ball flight is: fade The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: pull, slice, chunk, thin     Videos:       Have been struggling with consistent contact. Lately have been pulling the ball left very often. I usually take massive divots. A main concern of mine from the videos above is how steep the club comes into the ball, I believe I need...
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