A few nuggets to help learn a little bit more about how and why things work on the greens.
Take a look at my notable Instagram Putting Stories that provide a look inside the happenings at the Studio.
Learn how green mapping, a key advantage for any competitive player, can help with approach shots and putting.
Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Women's Golf Team member learning that sometimes it's not the Indian, it's the arrow...
THE ACCELERATING PUTTER HEAD
Should your putter acclereate during your stroke? This video answers the age old myth and shows you why.
Professional golfer, Jordan Meltzer, learning about targeting preferences (@FlatstickAcademy) and cleaning up his AimPoint green reading.
Creating a stable environment allows a player to adapt more proficiently on the course. See and learn how that works in this video.
Y IS NOT THE LETTER OF THE DAY
Newer golfers are sometimes told to make an y-shape with the arms and putter for better structure. Here's why that's a terrible idea.
EYES OVER THE BALL MYTH
Putting with your eyes over the ball is a common idea that "all golfers" should do. And I'm here to tell you it's not.
KARA - ELITE JUNIOR GOLFER
Junior golfer, Kara, is developing her skills. This is an essential starting point for any player, regardless of age.
UCSB Men's Golf Team member and US Open Sectional Qualifier came in for a checkup... And shows why those are valuable.
Andy's story is a perfect example of why information given online needs to be personalized for the individual, not generic tidbits.
AIMPOINT PUTTING LINE GATE
Looking for a way to practice getting balls
started on line and making good reads?
The AimPoint PLG is the answer.
Junior golfer, Jeffrey K, received a recommendation from PGA Tour Dana Dahlquist to visit the studio to make some much needed improvements.
HOW A PUTT BREAKS
We set up a 12 foot putt on a 3% slope and used The Perfect Putter to demonstrate how much a putt actually breaks.
University of Wisconsin Women's Golf Team member revisiting the setup and changing the visual picture. And of course the putter moves better too...