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danattherockdanattherock Members  3558WRX Points: 136Posts: 3,558 Titanium Tees
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<div class="IPBDescription">All I read is equipment threads...</div>[size="3"]So, we talk about putters, which grip, etc.. all day long.crazy.gif<br />
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[/size][size="7"]Are any of you putter collectors actually working on improving your putting? [/size]<br />
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[size="3"]Getting ready to go through a few older books myself. Got "The Putting Prescription" out the other day and reminded myself of what a great book that is. Just bought the GOLF:Best putting instruction... book from Amazon. Looks like a very cool book with tons of info and very detailed chapter from David Edel on proper putter selection. Got Dave Pelz's Putting Bible off the book shelf earlier tonight. Found my copy of "Instinct Putting" (looking at hole, not ball). It helped me a ton a few years back. Time to work with that some more. Saw Phil's "Secrets of the Short Game" dvd again last week. Saw Dave Stockton's "Putt to Win" dvd the other day. He has a new dvd coming out later this month I am told, based on his book "Unconscious Putting" if I recall. Got a 10 second blurb on the Golf Channel about it the other day. <br />
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Thinking about another lesson or SAM eval myself. Ordered a Big Moss 15'x2' indoor putting green recently. Got it upstairs in the hallway. Nice to be able to practice in the house at times. Very smoooooth rolling stuff Big Moss has. I was very impressed. Myself as of late, working on preshot routine, aiming the putter more precisely, and ensuring I am using a flat left wrist at impact. <br />
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Bobby Clampett's book "The Impact Zone" drove home the importance of this and it has helped my putting game tremendously. The wristy action of the past made precise distance control impossible. Can't tell you how much a flat left wrist helped my putting stroke. <br />
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A great tip from David Orr, "squish the bug" or tapping the putter lightly a few times before the take away helped smooth my take away. BIG time. Will link the Geoff Mangum article explaining it at the bottom of this rant. ha ha... By the way, tons of free putting articles and tips from this genius on his website below. If you really want some putting info to sink your teeth into, download his e-book "Optimal Putting". Seems it was about $10. Deep info. Still working through it myself. Also, check out Geoff Mangum's many Youtube videos. [/size]<br />
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[size="3"]Geoff and Steve Elkington teamed up to make "The Reality of Putting" video. Like the e-book, you pay via Paypal, credit card, etc.. and you have it downloaded instantly. Very high quality video with some good info. No fluff here. $35 spent that will improve your putting stroke much more than 1/3 of a Scotty Cameron head cover. *#&
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  • HuntsterHuntster Members  1046WRX Points: 96Handicap: 13.8Posts: 1,046 Platinum Tees
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    My biggest problem with putting practice is I get bored in about 5 minutes. <img src='http://www.golfwrx.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/sad.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':(' /> <br />
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    I am a natural lefty who plays golf right so I might pick up a lefty putter as an experiment and see if it helps. God knows it can't hurt right now.
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  • AntLockyerAntLockyer Members  392WRX Points: 3Handicap: 11Posts: 392 Greens
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    Working on my routine. I'm practising 100s of 5-6 footers seeing those drop time after time is building up a great library to call upon when I'm playing. Mechanically just keeping my grip consistent and automatic and a feeling I have of the right elbow connection keeps me putting straight.<br />
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    I use a Seemore so my alignment gets worked on every time I practice.
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  • ThrillhouseThrillhouse EVERYTHING'S COMING UP THRILLHOUSE! Members  11165WRX Points: 24Posts: 11,165 Titanium Tees
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    nothing, and thats how its gonna stay.
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  • 360_CS360_CS Members  4257WRX Points: 132Posts: 4,257 Titanium Tees
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    Missed 7 putts inside 5 feet today and 3 putted 3 times (36 holes). So short putting and long putting is going to get a workout. Who cares about the birdie putts when I can't make the par ones! <img src='http://www.golfwrx.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/mad.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':angry:' />
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  • mahoniemahonie EnglandMembers  3026WRX Points: 606Handicap: 11Posts: 3,026 Titanium Tees
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    Over the winter I've been working on getting the putter grip running along the lifeline of my left hand (rather than the across the base of the fingers) and getting more of the right palm on the grip to keep the clubhead square (I'm right-handed). Also concentrating on keeping a shallow inside-square-inside path by focusing on keeping the arms and shoulders triangle solid by rocking the shoulders only. Haven't been on the course to see if any of this has helped, but I'm pretty hopeful that I will raise the consistency level.
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  • theshiningtheshining Members  257WRX Points: 0Posts: 257
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    carpet putting in the winter and going to one putter.
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  • bobfosterbobfoster Best Sport on Earth. Ever. Members  2385WRX Points: 46Posts: 2,385 Platinum Tees
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    I do have a $700 SC putter. I also, however, work on putting perpetually. My living room at home (where the carpet stimps about 8) ... my office (stimps around 10 - nothing like having the phone on speaker for an hour long boring conference call, and putting the entire time) ... and I even practice in my kitchen ... on a tile floor (stimps about ... well, an ice rink). Long putts, short putts. <br />
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    About 50% of every scorecard is with one club ... the putter. <br />
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    Putting is everything.
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  • Beastmode BrokerBeastmode Broker Canadian AF Members  6332WRX Points: 151Handicap: 4Posts: 6,332 Titanium Tees
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    Buy a new putter... Duh<br />
    And when that one doesnt work ill buy a different one!!! LOL!
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  • DizzDizz J.W. Members  14258WRX Points: 4Posts: 14,258 Titanium Tees
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    Back in my early days at BSG I followed a practice routine of a guy named "Tiberon." I wish I still had it somewhere on my computer, and not sure who the guy was exactly but the way he talked and everyone listened... I think he was a pretty good player. I remember there being a ladder where you needed to make 9 putts in a row, 3 from each distance. I also remember a lag putting drill where you needed I believe 10 putts inside 3 feet from 20-40-60 feet but the catch was they had to be 3 feet or less past the hole. If you were short you started over, outside 3 feet...start over. There was more but those were the drills I did.
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    Wow, If I read all that I would be really confused.
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  • weissewweissew Members  65WRX Points: 0Posts: 65
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    my pro has challanged me to hit 10,000 putts this winter. (100 a day for 100 days)<br />
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    Bought a birdieball 9x4 for the basement. Right now I'm about 4000 putts in. Ive already seen a difference on the course.
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  • TimanatorTimanator SFClone Members  3321WRX Points: 0Handicap: 12Posts: 3,321 Titanium Tees
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    Tons of 3-5 footers. Learning to understand how to have the same consistent stroke to the face at impact is the same with every stroke. Also using the iPing app to verify path and impact.
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  • CHRIS509CHRIS509 ClubWRX  781WRX Points: 0Posts: 781
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    I concider myself a good putter, im using a long neck #6 odyssey at the moment which cost £20 ($35)<br />
    I have and have owned many putters because i like to experriment, my point being, a good putters can putt with anything.<br />
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    I think i've read almost every putting book going the good and the bad.<br />
    My feeling is if you want to improve at anything you have to "study" up on the subject.<br />
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    Improving at anything takes work.
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  • KelsoKelso Members  42WRX Points: 0Posts: 42
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    enis750 wrote:
    Buy a new putter... Duh<br />
    And when that one doesnt work ill buy a different one!!! LOL!<br />
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    lol, I can relate!!!<br />
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    I was happy with my line, just working on being smooth thru the entire stroke.
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  • SocratesSocrates Warning Points 1+ WinnipegClubWRX  10280WRX Points: 1,166Handicap: 4ishPosts: 10,280 ClubWRX
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    Well, like most people I tried this and that to putt better, but the reality was that my putting yips were the real cause. Tried to beat the yips and regardless of the tact tried (closed eyes, looking at the hole, putting left handed, all sorts of stances, all sorts of putter heads, grips, calming methods, positive reinforcement, lots of practice, read books, need I go on...) under pressure the yip would rear its ugly head. On a good day I would have 30 putts, sometimes 29, but mostly 32-36 putts a round. <br />
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    Queue up the band..., I WENT TO THE BELLY PUTTER!!!!<br />
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    Made my own (it's legal) out of a Ping Redwood Anser and after a couple of weeks of practice, I put it in play. Nearly every round is 30 putts or less and with many rounds of 27 or 28 putts and only a few over 30 (and the number of feet of putts made is up too). Will I ever have a bad putting round, sure, but I am a better putter now than I was 6 months ago. Maybe not a better putter as I always felt I was a better putter, just that I had an impediment. I lost the impediment and am now getting close to my putting potential. Forget all the BS about whether it's legal or should be banned, the fact is my putting is better and it's not a flash in the pan. So that is what I did to improve my putting.
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  • Naylor09Naylor09 Members  542WRX Points: 0Posts: 542
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    Can't Miss Putting Aid.... best training aid I have ever used
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  • danattherockdanattherock Members  3558WRX Points: 136Posts: 3,558 Titanium Tees
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    Naylor09 wrote:
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    Can't Miss Putting Aid.... best training aid I have ever used<br />
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    Tell me more. That idea is just crazy enough to actually work. <br />
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    How does it feel?<br />
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    How has it improved your stroke?<br />
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    Any US sources to buy it less expensively?<br />
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  • danattherockdanattherock Members  3558WRX Points: 136Posts: 3,558 Titanium Tees
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    CHRIS509 wrote:
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    My feeling is if you want to improve at anything you have to "study" up on the subject.<br />
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  • danattherockdanattherock Members  3558WRX Points: 136Posts: 3,558 Titanium Tees
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    Being that I have the attention of folks that actually work on improving their putting, what are your favorite putting books?<br />
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    Geoff Mangum's "Optimal Putting" (e-book)<br />
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    Dave Pelz "Putting Bible"<br />
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    Erik Alpenfels and Bob Christina "Instinct Putting" (looking at hole, not ball method)<br />
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    Dr. Craig Farnsworth "The Putting Prescription"<br />
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    "The Best Putting Instruction Book Ever" by GOLF magazine (just released)
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  • SocratesSocrates Warning Points 1+ WinnipegClubWRX  10280WRX Points: 1,166Handicap: 4ishPosts: 10,280 ClubWRX
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    The original Dave Pelz Putting book was one of those Aha!! moments. Read it in 1994 (balata was still "it") when I was in the worst putting funk of my life (40 or more PPR). Not only did he show me how to putt and how to practice putting, but he showed me that my expectations of the ball going in the hole was way over the top. Made me realize that even a perfectly stroked and aimed putt had a good chance of missing from inside 12 feet just because of the green quality and the ball quality. Gave me that glimmer of hope and with some good practice and better mindset, I regained my putting form. Unfortunately, the years of bad thoughts and bad putting scared me and led to the yips a few years later. Still wish I had that book as it was smaller than the "Bible" but I gave it to someone who needed it more than I did at the time.
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  • nosilnosil Members  798WRX Points: 67Posts: 798 Golden Tee
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    In the past, when I struggled with putting, I would switch putters and not really try to understand what was happening. I have taken lessons in the past which helped some and read many of the books that were discussed in this thread. <br />
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    After struggling with putting for the last few months I decided to try to get even more professional help. I have been reading Bruce Rearicks blog and folling his posts on other forums and like what he was saying. He has always been very open with information about putting and I felt like I was getting a better understanding of the putting and not just being taught a particular way to put. When I saw his offer on his blog, I knew I had to take him up on it. <br />
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    Here is the blog post:<br />
    [url=&quot;http://www.bargolfinstruction.blogspot.com/2012/01/limited-offering-to-join-burnt-edges.html&quot;]Burnt Edges Consulting[/url]<br />
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    Been working with him for a couple of weeks now and we have worked through vision, posture, and the source of motion for the stroke. We are now getting into putter design theory. Can't report on improvement yet.<br />
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    Just for the record, I am not affiliated with Bruce in any way other than being one of his students.
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  • Naylor09Naylor09 Members  542WRX Points: 0Posts: 542
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    Can't Miss Putting Aid.... best training aid I have ever used<br />
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    Let me break it down how it works for me <br />
    The Can’t Miss is the best putting training aid I’ve ever used. I found using it to be very helpful. It uses gyroscopes to change where the "pendulum point" for your putting stroke. It feels lie you have no control of your putting stoke (in a good way). It is almost impossible to take the putter off track with this aid. First round I used it. I had 24 putts, at that time I was averaging 30.2 putts per round so I was ecstatic, Ever since then i have been around 25-28 putts per round. I have never had such a pure roll like what this aid has given me, I've had many people try it and they all love it.<br />
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    My stroke is now consitant, I hit the ball in the same spot every time and get "tour" like roll.... If that makes any sense <img src='http://www.golfwrx.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/man_in_love.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':man_in_love:' /> <br />
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    I found a coupon where the aid was half off. Still had to order from the company which is in England I believe. Only reason why I gave it a shot was because it was $150 here is the coupon you can check to see if it still valid <br />
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    Ok, there is no longer any excuse to not try TCM. Not only is there a 30 day money back guarantee, but one of the gentlemen who runs the company just emailed me with a coupon that will get you HALF OFF TCM.<br />
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    At checkout, enter coupon code: Peanut Gallery<br />
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    Many thanks to the guys at TCM for this generous offer.<br />
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    ***This offer is limited to the first 50 people who enter it*** <br />
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    Let me know if this helps <br />
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    Also there are many videos of the TCM and what it does how it does it on their website. I would recommend checking those out before you make you decision <img src='http://www.golfwrx.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/wink.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=';)' />
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  • Ghost_OrchidGhost_Orchid Golf Junkie Upstate NYMembers  2095WRX Points: 124Handicap: 1Posts: 2,095 Platinum Tees
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    Reading 'Putting Out of Your Mind' and 'Zen Putting', also gonna get fit for a putter and then practice, practice, practice.
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  • danattherockdanattherock Members  3558WRX Points: 136Posts: 3,558 Titanium Tees
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    Naylor09 wrote:
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    I found a coupon where the aid was half off. Still had to order from the company which is in England I believe. Only reason why I gave it a shot was because it was $150 here is the coupon you can check to see if it still valid <br />
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    I was just rushing over here to tell about the 1/2 off coupon code. Found it while reading a review on **** site. <br />
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    Just ordered one for $150. Can't wait to give it a try. <br />
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    Been reading reviews and watching Youtube videos since we spoke earlier.<br />
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    This thing looks awesome.<br />
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    First putting training aid I have bought since picking the game up 20 years ago.<br />
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    Looks like a winner.<br />
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    enter coupon code Peanut Gallery for 1/2 price special. Still in effect till 50 people use it. Was extended in Aug 2011, so may not be many left.<br />
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  • Naylor09Naylor09 Members  542WRX Points: 0Posts: 542
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    I found a coupon where the aid was half off. Still had to order from the company which is in England I believe. Only reason why I gave it a shot was because it was $150 here is the coupon you can check to see if it still valid <br />
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    Thanks Kevindrinks.gif<br />
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    I was just rushing over here to tell about the 1/2 off coupon code. Found it while reading a review on **** site. <br />
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    Just ordered one for $150. Can't wait to give it a try. <br />
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    Been reading reviews and watching Youtube videos since we spoke earlier.<br />
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    This thing looks awesome.<br />
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    First putting training aid I have bought since picking the game up 20 years ago.<br />
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    Looks like a winner.<br />
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    enter coupon code Peanut Gallery for 1/2 price special. Still in effect till 50 people use it. Was extended in Aug 2011, so may not be many left.<br />
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    I hope you love it as much as I do. Keep me updated with how you like it
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  • danattherockdanattherock Members  3558WRX Points: 136Posts: 3,558 Titanium Tees
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    And yes, it is made in England. Was invented by a putting instructor in Australia. Slick as a handrail in a whorehouse.
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  • lightningbolt444lightningbolt444 Members  1663WRX Points: 56Posts: 1,663 Platinum Tees
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    nosil wrote:
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    In the past, when I struggled with putting, I would switch putters and not really try to understand what was happening. I have taken lessons in the past which helped some and read many of the books that were discussed in this thread. <br />
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    After struggling with putting for the last few months I decided to try to get even more professional help. I have been reading Bruce Rearicks blog and folling his posts on other forums and like what he was saying. He has always been very open with information about putting and I felt like I was getting a better understanding of the putting and not just being taught a particular way to put. When I saw his offer on his blog, I knew I had to take him up on it. <br />
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    Here is the blog post:<br />
    [url=&quot;http://www.bargolfinstruction.blogspot.com/2012/01/limited-offering-to-join-burnt-edges.html&quot;]Burnt Edges Consulting[/url]<br />
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    Been working with him for a couple of weeks now and we have worked through vision, posture, and the source of motion for the stroke. We are now getting into putter design theory. Can't report on improvement yet.<br />
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    Just for the record, I am not affiliated with Bruce in any way other than being one of his students.<br />
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    I worked with Bruce last season and am continuing to do so this season as well. Its amazing how much he has helped my putting.
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  • danattherockdanattherock Members  3558WRX Points: 136Posts: 3,558 Titanium Tees
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    Naylor09 wrote:
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    I hope you love it as much as I do. Keep me updated with how you like it<br />
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    Will do man. Thanks again for posting on this thread.<br />
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    I need this far more than a used putter on Ebayrolleyes.gif<br />
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  • danattherockdanattherock Members  3558WRX Points: 136Posts: 3,558 Titanium Tees
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    I worked with Bruce last season and am continuing to do so this season as well. Its amazing how much he has helped my putting.<br />
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    He is a moderator on Puttertalk.<br />
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    Saw this just now about his blog...<br />
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    [color="#222222"][size="4"]The address for my golf instruction blog has moved.[/size][/color]<br />
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    [color="#222222"][size="4"]To all my past readers - Thanks for your support. To any new viewers - Welcome aboard.[/size][/color] <br />
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    Found it in the Strategy and Technique sub-forum<br />
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