As someone who uses the line for putting, I agree with your approach 100%. I line up the ball and play with it to get it right only when it's not my turn to putt and I am in no one's line. if I have to wait until it's my turn I just put the ball down so that the logo is facing me and go. And that speaks to a bigger issue: people who wait until it's their turn to line up theit putt whether they use the alignment line or not.
Thank you for the feedback. I have 2 questions though. I was hitting a lot of hooks a while ago how come I am now slicing with what feels like roughly the same swing, what am i doing differently to not hook?. Also how can I get the feeling up getting the hands down faster?
So I have lots more rounds under my belt with the F9 OL so I thought I'd update this thread. Here are the 'performance average' numbers as ShotScope calls it (the normal distance you hit the club when it's well struck, highs and lows removed). The 6 and 7 are almost the same but I think that's mostly because I rarely hit a 6 iron. I consider it my 170-ish club and I don't usually end up with that yardage unless it's a windy day or something. I really love that I just setup to the ball the exact same way each time unless I need to hit a low/high shot. Handicap has dropped from around 8.5 to 6.0 as of today! 😍