Aligning your eyes so the line on the ball/putter looks correct. If that's right over the ball, great, but for a lot of golfers when they put their eyes directly over the ball it makes the line look off. It's definitely something I've been playing around with recently.
Maybe this should be in the What did you shoot today folder?
But here goes. Our group hand the 1st tee time today in our Men’s Golf Association event. The event was 2 Man Best Ball Net. I’m sure we lost! We played Pinehurst #4. It’s in great shape! But today they decided to sand the greens. The 1st and 2nd hole were not sanded yet. But every hole after that we’re being sanded. We never waited on the maintenance guys as we were just far enough back to play freshly sanded greens. To make matters worse the pins were in very precarious positions. Downhill, side hill etc. Other than keeping our scores we began to track how many tomes we three putted! I won that honor by 3 jacking 6 times! Between us all we 3 putted 19 times! We couldn’t read a billboard on those greens and we should have been given speeding tickets for how many we ran past the cup. If you’ve had the pleasure of playing the new #4 you’ll know what we mean. Nothing is flat! None of us broke 80. All of us are single digits ranging from 5.6 to 9.1 Low score was 80, highest 90.
But the good new is we beat the thunderstorms!
I do the exact same thing.
And then after the round, ill go on a PC and edit the added putts and place the pin in the correct position to the best of my recollection. Editing the round afterwards is an important part of the process to me. Reviewing every single shot of the round helps to reinforce each shot and creates a better understanding of the underlying data for the analysis and statistics. And then after the round is edited, I always go to insights and at a minimum take a look at strokes gained for that round against different benchmarks.
It truly is a great thing to have all that data about your golf game. Even four or five rounds is enough to get some real insight into how you actually play.
I also have the tags on my clubs, but just prefer to enter each shot on my phone. I already used it for distances, so it was easy to just also tag the shot there. Didn't like worrying during the round whether i missed a tag or double tagged something. It's all right there.