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post #19 of 22
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Not trying to disrespect Sweeney - whoever that is.  Not trying to steal AimPoint from anyone.  Just seeing if anyone had any green-reading tips.  Sorry to offend.

Sorry my post came off so heavy-handed. I was typing on my phone and didn't really re-read it.
post #20 of 22
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Originally Posted by Meltdwhiskey View Post
Not trying to disrespect Sweeney - whoever that is.  Not trying to steal AimPoint from anyone.  Just seeing if anyone had any green-reading tips.  Sorry to offend.
Sorry my post came off so heavy-handed. I was typing on my phone and didn't really re-read it.

 

No Worries.

post #21 of 22

First and foremost, get a putting stroke that is repeatable. If you are inconsistent in reading and putting then you have no clue which one is causing the issue. Then you can't get feedback on your misses to correct the next time. So learn how to hit the line you aim over, and learn how to hit putts to a consistent distance. At least this way you are winning half the battle. 

post #22 of 22

Another Aimpoint advocate here. Though I swear the best thing I took away from it, I had a one on one with a local AP instructor, was him telling me to close my shoulders a bit. I saw him over a weekend last summer and my putting showed immediate improvement.

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