I've been messing with this left hand low a little in my house and on course, just haven't gotten comfy with it yet but it does help with shorter putts, hard to judge distance but not any harder in my opinion than other methods. Dave peltz article I found was surprised at results....Is there a best way to putt? Yes. I have proof that there is a best way for the majority of people, and a best way for you. But they are not necessarily the same, and in both cases, the "bests" may surprise you. What's sure to surprise you is the worst way to putt. Because, chances are, it's how you're putting now.
For the past few years, the Pelz Golf Institute has been studying putting styles, trying to determine which is the most effective. We've collected data from thousands of students who've gone through our Scoring Game Schools, and we annually test hundreds of participants at the Du- Pont Coolmax World Amateur Tournament in Myrtle Beach, S.C. (now the Golf.com World Amateur Handicap Championship). The subjects, from beginners to Tour pros, use one of five putting styles -- conventional (right hand low), left hand low, claw grip, long putter, and body putter.
And the winner is: body putting. The results on the following pages show body putting had the best make percentage (averaged over straight and breaking putts) and also finished a close second in lag putting (more than 30 feet). Lead hand low finished second overall. The methods are presented in order of success below.
Worst was traditional which is what most golfers use???? Good luck
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