At the top level the men may still be much better than the women at putting. Paige McKenzie once talked about how she played against some college guys who destroyed her on putting and she thought she was pretty good relative to her peers.
I expect the best pro women ballstrikers have to work even less on putting to compete successfully than the guys where every edge is crucial just to get a card and make cuts.
I love to watch Rory and DJ crank it out there. But I also get a kick out of Jim Furyk and Mo Martin's precision oriented play. It's all good. If they want to make accuracy more important for PGA players, all they have to do is grow the average event rough up a bit more so there's more of a penalty on every errant shot on the loss of spin and swing/ball speed reduction.
Those are real issues for the sport...at least for facilities that don't cater to higher income golfers.
I have the Zepp 2 Golf (the round sensor).
Ive read the manual multiple times, and have approximately 500 ball strikes.
As I'm new to golf I can't seriously vouch for its accuracy, but I will say this: it's helping me improve my golf swing.
The 3D swing analysis is a great tool as is the swing comparison capability. In my opinion once you learn about what the tool measures and how it can be quite effective it
However, I do have a question: In the daily swings window, what does the red "P" next to the specific swing data mean?
Please and Thanks for any input.
Perhaps, Mark doesn't spin the ball that much with his really good swing? I noticed that spin was almost the same between the DT Solo and the Pro-V1. To resolve the difference in your data versus Mark's, is it possible that we amateurs put a lot more spin because our launch conditions are not optimized as well as his?