Disagree. What your saying is everyone has to putt using the same technique to get it right, when in actual fact putting techniques vary incredibly, even amongst the worlds best. If standing on my head and putting backwards with my left hand makes the ball go in the hole, then surely that's the path to take?
Day 312, August 22
Sweaty practice today in 150% humidity. I had to wear rain gloves. Worked on my PP with 7 iron and driver and filmed it. Then did chipping and pitching in the yard. The sweat was dripping off my hat brim the whole time.
I guess it was just my thought process but it all depends on where you game is. Higher handicapper may lose balls and miss fairways and GIRS and chunk or thin a chip shot and then 3-4 putt. Where are a mid to low handicapper may miss every fairway but short game is good that day and they save par. They may hit every fairway and hit every GIR and still only make par. (2 putts no birdies) where are the shots lost?
Although I don’t disagree with klineka there is more to it..