This goes well with some of the talk on golf forums way back, when Woods at his best. A lot talk back then was that his body, specifically his back, and knees would not hold up for the long term. That the type of swing he had was putting too much stress on those areas. A lot folks were blaming Butch Harmon's tuition, and a "win now" attitude. Of course there were also quite a few folks, who did not agree with that opinion back then too. None the less. Here we are.
Im a bourbon guy socially and when I'm at home relaxing with a drink. Blanton's or Four roses single barrel usually.
I dont always drink beer, but when i do, its miller lite from my friends bag cooler.
Here's another thought. Strengthening can be taken too far. When it was learned what Tiger was doing many "experts" were stating how his frame would not be able to handle the power he could generate. Looks like they were right.
My putting is absolutely atrocious. Unfortunately my instructor has moved to another state and we had only worked on full swing. My full swing I'm able to work on myself for now and probably for quite some time but I've had zero putting instruction.
My full swing is leaps and bounds ahead of my putting game right now. My last 2 full rounds of golf I averaged 2.7 putts per hole. Totally not kidding guys and gals, it's bad.
I've been focused and practiced on my own on my inside green and at my local practice green but I cannot seem to master a consistent stroke. I think it's something someone needs to take a look at from the outside and see what I may be doing wrong?
I could really use some recommendations for good putting instructors in the area (North Carolina). Last time I went out on my own to find one without a recommendation I wasted a lot of money. I don't even care if I have to make a drive. The strokes shaved will be worth it!
Thanks in advance!