5/24: Another rainy day (and my yard is soaked), so kept it light, and indoors. Looks good to play tomorrow, finally, though.
5 mins. wall drill indoors, no club; focus on keeping backside into wall through impact
A couple of mins. in front of mirror; focused on checkups for setup position, then at each position through impact
So, I showed the Mickey Wright video above to an independent source (P.E. non golfer) at work and asked him to tell me what he saw in terms of weight shift in the motion.
He said in his opinion there is a small weight shift.
Also I texted my pro and he said the pressure shift in the feet is large but the weight shift is small if any.
It appears three sources now confirm my earlier post describing weight shift at 95 percent to right leg as a technically incorrect assertion.
That is all for today...
Just to update you guys, the member guest tournament starts tomorrow and man they got the greens rolling fast. When I get back from my trip in 2 weeks I am going to get this round on the books so we can see what the true test is.
Btw, here is a snapshot of my buddies scores. Granted, he hasn't hit a full 20 rounds yet, and he does pick up instead of taking an 8 or whatever he is allowed, so his index probably a bit lower than it should be.
I would say not off topic! My point was is that if you keep all of your old putters, no matter their cost, that when the one that you are now using doesn't work any more, you will have something in hand that will work! You don't have to go shopping, looking for the latest, hottest putter.