Re: my fat shots, from looking at the videos, what jumps out at you as to what the likely culprit is? Or would you still fit them in with simply getting used to the motions? I've found that when I allow my arms to drop when transitioning to the downswing and allow my right elbow to get more in front, my contact is much improved and reduces mishits significantly.......however, in turn it pushes my path more inward and most shots are a straight fade. I've never made it a habit out of fear that it's not "correct". Just curious
hi all, im currently using the s2 watch but attached to my bag, its pretty basic but gives me what i thought was enough info UNTIL i seen one of the new garmin devies.
so what im asking is the upgrade worth it, i will be playing team golf next year so ill be play a good many new courses.
I prefer the black finish as well but would be nervous for the same reasons that you were. I was thinking that it wouldn't hurt to go verify the fitting after you get it to make sure it still fit your eye and alignment... I'm curious why they don't have the other finishes at the fitting to ensure a proper fit. I love the idea of a black finish with white alignment aids - (at least I think it helps me lol).
Different note. After seeing so many well respected posters on here indicating how much they love their Edel putters, it makes me want to spend the time and money to go get fit. Like many others, it seems that it would be a decent day of travel involved . It would take a full day to get it done (which in the long run isn't that bad).
I guess the scary part is feeling like I couldn't commit to being a stupid monkey and let the results speak for themselves during the fitting process. I like mallet putters; I like alignment help; I like larger grips. It's almost bad when you know what you like and you THINK you know what works best. It's really hard to be a stupid monkey when you work hard to convince yourself that what your doing is right and you have committed to what your doing because you BELIEVE it works for you... I would need to be open minded and accept the fitting process which I think I can do (eventually) but I'm not ready to accept that a blade style, one dot alignment, small round grip putter could actually be better for me. Until I'm ready to accept that as possible, I can't commit to a fitting. I need to be 100% committed to believing in the process.
Putting is one of those things. You have to find what works for you and have the confidence in it. Results inspire confidence right? ------ vs I need to get out of my own way!!!!!