Think about it this way - if you are in a tournament and have to putt everything out, you probably have 50 putts in a foursome between 1-3 feet. If each person takes 20 seconds to look at his putt, practice stroke, putt, pick up your ball, that's 17 minutes. That doesn't include the time to mark a two footer that you would normally pick up but you're not away and you'd rather wait to putt out. May be more like 30 minutes. Putting out really slows things down.
I’m not sure what I would shoot at Augusta, but I know it would be dream to play to there. It’s difficult to speculate, but the Augusta caddy assigned would certainly help save strokes. I’ve been a low handicapper a very long time but I still couldn’t guarantee a score there. I would be in awe the entire time.
Tried PayPal with the same result, my sister's opinion is eBay have blocked me because I complained about some irons I bought from an eBay seller. They were badly chipped and rusty steel shafts, nothing in the photos or description about that. PayPal customer service gave me the wrong advise over the phone on how to claim, and after a month your stiff outa luck.....
Okay, a couple of things.
1. To clarify the earlier stuff about the wrist hinge stuff, it used to be that you'd hinge immediately and this threw off some parts of the backswing. It's just about how you start the backswing, not the first half or 2/3 of the backswing:
2. Can we get some video of what you're doing now, without the drills, to see? I think you're still on the right track, but I'd like to confirm.