A helping Hans

A helping Hans

“Find something within one to
two feet on your putting line
(for example, a discoloration)
and putt over that. Separate
aim and distance. Before you
hit, look at the spot, then at
the hole, then at the spot.”

“Your feet should be at least
shoulders-width apart with your knees out. Bend from
your hips and relax your arms.
Your head should be over the
ball or just inside it.”

Left hand low
“Use the left-hand-low
method.It’s the most natural
way to putt. Arnold Palmer and
Jack Nicklaus both
have said they wished they
learned that way.”

Parallel lines
“Create parallel lines with your
body: Your hips and your feet
should line up, and your shoulders should line up to the
ground. The ball should be an
inch in front of center; your
putter is in the center.”

“Create a triangle with your
forearms. Your wrists should never move. You should be
fixated on the shot but relaxed.
On a scale of 1
to 10, your grip tension
should be about a 3.”

“The putting stoke is a whole
movement. Go 1.4 back and 3.4
through for a smoother roll
and feel. Bring the putter back
farther for longer shots.”

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