I've always struggle on short putts and it is why I'm here. Well, when I'm witha shot putt, I realized that my backswing is not Ok, I do not feel that the line stays correct, it seens that my hand shake. There is something that I can do? Change my putting grip?
I had a buddy film a few drives during my round yesterday. I am still diving down towards the ball with my head. No idea why this is still happening, but it does not feel as if it is happening while I am swinging. Plane seems a little better, but still very erratic.
I got the first one off the toe. Started right and stayed right. The second one was better contact but pulled left.
This was sort of pioneered by Ray Ortiz formerly of Orlimar Golf who now is at Bobby Jones. Long ago he introduced his low profile, Tri-Metal Miraged driver and fairway metals. They took a little getting used to, but really performed once you got it down. Excellent for getting of the rough. Orlimar still exists under new owners, but no where's near the same as it was.
I am a TE convert obviously, only a few clubs to go to have a 100% set, but probably will not go with their wedges.
It's amazing how some people still think the short game will lower your score better than having a good long game - despite the evidences showing the opposite.
For me, I find that having a bad long game will result in double, triple or worse. Having a bad short game will result in only bogey or double.