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Be Careful Reading Your Next Putt from Your First


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  • iacas changed the title to Be Careful Reading Your Next Putt from Your First

I had created a rule of thumb where in coming back from a downhill breaking putt, I would assume half of the break coming back uphill. This is a common miss for me:

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The observation had served me fairly well, but you present a nice analysis that indicates searching for the fall line is critical.

Looking forward to take an Aim Point class some day. 

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When I read this, it makes so much sense.  Without having given it much thought before, I had assumed the opposite up to and including yesterday's round (and I can count for-sure a double bogey I made where I assumed that it would be straight for my bogey putt).

This is going to have to be something I keep in mind going forward. 

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