How to fix the flat stick woes

Inside Golf - - Instruction - Lee­har­ring­ton

PUTTING, like a full swing, has gen­eral prin­ci­ples that need to be ad­hered to if you want to con­sis­tently putt bet­ter. 1. Your palms should face each other be­fore your fin­gers wrap around the grip. 2. Your front eye should be di­rectly over the ball so your eye can get a 90 de­gree per­spec­tive of the line. 3. Your fore­arms must be in line with your shaft which will put your grip par­al­lel to your life­line on your palm.

There­fore, I rec­om­mend: 1. You carry a splint finger, which is your left in­dex finger point­ing down the shaft, over­lap­ping the back of your right fin­gers.

2. Try and lock your knees straight to re­move un­wanted move­ment with your legs and hips and this also al­lows your head to get over the ball. 3. Your shoul­ders start par­al­lel and also level to keep you down and through the stroke a lot longer.

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