Thursday, December 30, 2010

Putt Geometry with Mark Sweeney

Quick lesson from Mark Sweeney ( on the geometry of a putt



Martin Chuck, PGA said...

That was a great illustration. I wonder what percent of putters actually know this info. It would help a ton of people hole more putts.

Rich H. said...

It's apparent that even great putters like Padraig didn't understand this.

Watching Haney teach on the Haney Project, he would just say that you need to play for more break than it looks. I think that's what many pros did.


cantbeatdapro said...

Jack it may be that Padraig didn't understand this, but the fact remains that he is still one of the best. There's not a right or wrong way to making putts and Padraig just does it his own way.

Pete Skirpstas

Anonymous said...

Doesn't Pelz mention this concept in his Putting Bible?

Rich H. said...

Pelz says you need to play for more break than you think. But it's not actually breaking more than one thinks, it's where they need to aim in order to get the ball to be on line.