Re: Do you balance your golf balls?
Originally Posted by Fourputt
You're still grasping at straws. Your improperly read putt error assumes the ball always goes in the correct direction, but it doesn't, there's only a 50% chance of saving a bad putt, where as the same imbalance on the correct line will mean a near 100% chance of miss. If it's imbalanced, a misread can be coupled with an imbalance to throw the putt even further offline. You've been presented evidence by three well known industry figures, all of whom did studies with swing robots, none of whom are selling balancing tools. In fact, they all say to use some water and baking soda, and to save it.
You are married to an ideology, and you cannot be convinced otherwise. Just like golf instructors who outright refuse to believe the new ball flight laws, or people who still cling to something that's been proven wrong time after time (like the idea that the earth is 6,000 years old, but that's another story). Balancing golf balls is free, and it takes about a minute.