wrist angle manipulationMarch 12 2012 at 8:28 PM
|tim (Login tlewy132)|
from IP address 184.108.40.206
I have recently noticed that during my putts (the longer the backstroke the worse this is), that the butt of the putter finishes the top of the backstroke aiming towards my right shoulder. This is not done intentionally (i think it may have come about from not trying to change the wrist angle and actually going the other way when i was learning!! eugh!), but i believe it may be causing blocked putts, and also putts that dont roll nicely - they seem to skid and bobble for a good few feet after contact, and i dont change anything in my wrists/arms/shoulders during the thru stroke. I know that you say that the sternum is the pivot point of the stroke, so am i correct in thinking that the butt of the putter should remain pointing towards this pivot point throughtout the stroke?
If this is the case that the butt should point at the sternum, have you any suggestions as to how i might practice this ? (because otherwise it seems to be a manipulation that i will have to make during every stroke - not good news). Obviously if I am wrong in my thinking here please enlighten me!!
Thanks a bunch!!
|This message has been edited by tlewy132 from IP address 220.127.116.11 on Mar 12, 2012 8:29 PM|