And yet, you don't know that. You're simply playing the odds.
Maybe. Given your history of predictions, I'd suggest it's far more likely you've just doomed at least one of them to abject failure from here on out.
I am going to be a naysayer at this time on Jordan. I am a big fan, but the Colonial did not require that Jordan hit the driver today. He is going to have to hit the driver accurately to compete in the tournaments this summer. It was a great performance by Spieth today without a doubt.
If that's true (which is unlikely), the "fall line at the hole" method won't travel.
I'm not even sure you know what you're talking about if you're using words like "unfair" in an attempted rebuttal.
The ball has to get near that fall line first.
If your ball is 25 feet away, the slope within two feet of the hole is largely irrelevant to getting the ball "close" to the hole.
Take an AimPoint class. It's better than what you're doing.
I'm glad you feel what you're doing is helping you, but I could show you countless putts that break in ways you won't be able to explain with the "fall line at the hole" method, and I fear you're wasting time with something that is not much better than plumb bobbing.
Also, please quote properly. That includes the attribution line, and not just copying and pasting text into a quote.