Filmed some putts today. Worked with @iacas last summer on my putting and I like the way things are looking. The tournament I played in with my Dad was some of the best putting I've had in a while.
My tendency is to rotate the face too much while having the putter head track too far inside. Then I would basically come OTT and either shove or pull most of my putts. So Erik had me hold my hands higher at address (think Steve Stricker) and feel like the putter head went straight back, almost outside, and then "looped" in and out to the right (think Fred Couples backswing/downswing). He also gave me a drill to work on my start lines. You can see from dtl that feel is not real.
So instead of looping the putter out and across and "hitting" the putts, I'm able to soften things up and just control speed by how far back I take it. I almost feel like the putter is floating for a half second as I transition from the backswing to downswing. Start lines are much better as well.
Backswing and followthrough look pretty even. Head might be too far back at set-up, I'm left eye dominant.