Give it another 30 years. Wait until you’re 62, live in Florida, and play 120+ rounds a year.
I can play 36 holes in 90°+ riding. I can’t do that very often walking any more, but I doubt that too many people would deem me medically unfit.
I enjoy seeing people enjoying the game, regardless of how they get from one shot to the next. Well, as long as they get there quickly!
this putter is a cool concept, but would definitely slow down pace of play, and it falls over in windy conditions. it would definitely help with lining up putts. but that being said, if your stroke was still shit, youre gonna miss left or right regardless of whether or not youre aimed at the hole. and if your read is shit, and your speed is shit, your putts are gonna be..... well....... shit. rick sheils does a good review of this putter and he seems to like it, but its not like he put it in the bag. it's also incredibly heavy obviously, so you are limited to that kind of feel when you buy a putter like that.
to me it just looks like you get a little wristy at the top, and you start down with the hands and arms before your lower body fires. overall i really like your swing and i can see why youre a +3 handicap, or +3 average score, either way, thats pretty good. i prescribe to you about 10,000 freezers, stopping at the top, and really feel your first move is getting into the ground while trying to keep your arms up. youll get shallow as f*** and you can just rotate through the shot.
It seems a bit arrogant to think that the way you or I enjoy the game is somehow better than the way someone else does.
You’re young. Enjoy it while you can. Some day you may find that riding allows you to continue to enjoy the game as you get a bit older. People can love the game, whether they walk or ride...