Best place to strike putts for best / straightest roll?
Sorry, WRXers - I feel stupid for asking this question but here goes...
I was watching a TXG video thisi morning (about the stability shaft) and they kept talking about trying to strike the ball slightly on the heel side (of an Anser like putter) for the best true roll - because it was presumably something with some toe hang and heel side of the alignment line would be on the center of gravity / axis. Is this correct?
I alternate between two putters - a YES! Pippi 12 (center shaft blade, some toe hang) and a Stroke Lab 7 (fangback mallet, face balanced) depending on how I feel on the putting green. I have always tried to hit the ball dead center on the putter face, but do I need to adjust that a little based on the putter in my hands?
I am a middling putter, and whether it's through bad alignment or an in-to-out stroke, I tend to miss more on the right than anything (unless I get handsy). Also tend to leave putts short more often than not. The only putting drill I do is with a mirror that has goalposts, in an effort to hit my starting line.
Any advice is well appreciated. thx
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