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Forearm Putter Anchoring

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Ive recently developed my own rendition of the famous Kuchar Arm Lock Putting style, was just curious if anybody else uses some form of arm lock putting and how you like it and why!
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I got to hit some putts with Odyssey's arm lock putter when we visited Callaway and I kinda liked it.  Length was too long but would be open to experimenting with one.  Just got to make sure you have enough loft, like 7-8 degrees.

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If you use your lead forearm yes you need a lot of loft, but I actually use my back forearm, since I'm right handed I feel like I have more control using my right forearm to support and guide the club since its my stronger arm, this also keeps the grip and head in the same position as traditional putting without any adjustments, I basically hold the club claw style but with my left hand putting pressure on the grip into my forearm to maximize control. This style eliminates all possibility of rotating the forearms or hinging the wrists. I've never seen anyone else do it this way but I absolutely love it, my putting has never been so good and it adheres to the new rulings starting in 2016
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