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post #127 of 137
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Lol
I just played 9 this morning for a 10 over 45 with ..................22 putts....... :( well it was a 4 ball so am accounting the bad putting to pressure


Just don't lose too much money. Just. . .relax. . .B-)

 

Look into Edel putters too, I'm starting to look into it as well.

post #128 of 137
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Just don't lose too much money. Just. . .relax. . .f1_cool.gif

Look into Edel putters too, I'm starting to look into it as well.
Didnt lose :) my partner played par :) it was hot at 92 with 50% humidity also. Stable ford :)
Edel isn't available here. Did try a scotty and Was blown over but at appx $450 out of my range.
post #129 of 137
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87 on a par 70 with 40 putts :)

post #130 of 137
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And the putts are back with a vengeance. 96 today on a par 70. But 46 putts ........ Most if nt all misses were the short 3-5 footers on like 10 holes .......... Grrrrrrr
post #131 of 137
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And the putts are back with a vengeance. 96 today on a par 70. But 46 putts ........ Most if nt all misses were the short 3-5 footers on like 10 holes .......... Grrrrrrr

 

I want you to try this at your house.. 

 

Just put a ball at one end of the carpet about 5 - 10 feet away and try to putt to that ball..

 

Then let us know did you miss to the right of the ball?  To the left of the ball?  Short of the ball?  Left and long of the ball?  right and long of the ball?  or did you hit the ball?

 

How many of the above out of 25 putts for example and do you see a pattern?

post #132 of 137
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I want you to try this at your house.. 

 

Just put a ball at one end of the carpet about 5 - 10 feet away and try to putt to that ball..

 

Then let us know did you miss to the right of the ball?  To the left of the ball?  Short of the ball?  Left and long of the ball?  right and long of the ball?  or did you hit the ball?

 

How many of the above out of 25 putts for example and do you see a pattern?

at 3-5 feet it is ball high to the left 

at 8-10 feet it is a lil short to the right 

post #133 of 137
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another thing i noticed was that when using my putter it moves a lil while swinging, i used another putter( felt much heavier than mine) and it would not move and stay on the swing path / plane and i was not missing these putts ? could a heavier putter / putter feeling heavier be of some help ?

post #134 of 137
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another thing i noticed was that when using my putter it moves a lil while swinging, i used another putter( felt much heavier than mine) and it would not move and stay on the swing path / plane and i was not missing these putts ? could a heavier putter / putter feeling heavier be of some help ?

 

If that was the case then my best suggestion is to go to a store and test out a bunch of putters of different looks, shapes & weights.

 

Even better is you getting fitted for a putter by a professional.

 

The whole point of the exercise I mentioned is to point out that you can figure things out right in your own house.. For now, just do 10 footers and see how you miss, then adjust your body alignments and see if that helps.. or adjust your aim.. Basically do what ever it takes to hit that line every time.. If you can't hit the line you are aiming at then you will never get any putt in, so start there.  Then you can worry about the distance control & reading the greens.

post #135 of 137
A few years back there was a putter called the "Heavy Putter". Don't think they're still in business because I saw a golf retailer with a bin full of them for $35 a piece. You can make your own putter and put lead or tungsten in the tip and even backweight the grip. Watch out though. You may become a club ho.
post #136 of 137
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Originally Posted by Abu3baid View Post
 

 

If that was the case then my best suggestion is to go to a store and test out a bunch of putters of different looks, shapes & weights.

 

Even better is you getting fitted for a putter by a professional.

 

The whole point of the exercise I mentioned is to point out that you can figure things out right in your own house.. For now, just do 10 footers and see how you miss, then adjust your body alignments and see if that helps.. or adjust your aim.. Basically do what ever it takes to hit that line every time.. If you can't hit the line you are aiming at then you will never get any putt in, so start there.  Then you can worry about the distance control & reading the greens.

understand what you are saying but if i am aiming correctly but the putter moves off line in the back swing because it is light and i cant feel it  wouldnt that cause misses aswell .... just a thought ...  

 

tried out a few putters what i really liked was the odyssey metal x two ball which felt great off the face and the balance and the ODYSSEY VERSA #7  PUTTER . Currently am using the Taylormade White Smoke IN 12 . The Tm weight is 345 Gm and the Odyssey is 350 G, but feels much heavier, The tm it feels the weight is in the grio / shaft and the odyssey feels as if the weight is in the club head. does 5 g make such a big diff ?

post #137 of 137
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As soon as I threaten changing the putter it starts working .... Had a 42/47 for a 90 today with 36 putts ..........grrrrrrr
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