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aethomp

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  1. A couple of years back, I had a real bad case of the yips whenever I was chipping/pitching. I came across the rule of 12 - in the form of the Runyan method - and I have never looked back. There are a ton of benefits, but I think it all boils down to the simplicity and repeatability of the stroke. If you look up "putting tips" or something similar on Google, almost every result will include something along the lines of: have a repeatable routine and use it for every single putt. In my opinion, this method allows you to take that same putting routine and extend it to chipping.
  2. I've got the HB Soft 11. I got fit, and didn't believe it. Like the poster above somewhere. After the fitting, I went and hit about 30 different putters, and it turned out that the HB was the best. I've played about 20 rounds with it, and I absolutely love it. It's incredibly soft, and the milling pattern really helps consistency on mishits. I thoroughly endorse it. And at $150, it doesn't break the bank.
  3. I was wondering if I was going to see another 975F on here. I have a 16.5 in my bag. I have bought and hit other woods, but there is something about the 975F. It might just be a mental thing, but I am super confident with that club in my hands.
  4. I had the yips bad for a few years. I tried all sorts of different things: I used a left handed putter, I used a super short kids putter, I used a jumbo grip, I used a claw grip, used left hand low grip, used different arm lock grips, I drew lines on the ball. Pretty much anything you can think of, I tried. Of all those, putting left handed seemed to work the best. However, about 2 or 3 months ago, I came across the Paul Runyan method. I started to use the method when chipping, but I soon carried it over to my putting grip. I am not going to sit here and say I am a great putter now, but using
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