Do you three-putt a few times during your round of golf? Are you the one who hopes your playing partner gives you that 3-footer? No such luck in a tournament. Try this exercise: place yourself on the green without any club (including the putter) and try to put the ball in a hole that is 25 feet away from you. Well, I guess you will face that hole and toss the ball underhand toward the hole. So why don't you putt that way?
Photos of the GP putter head.
You could read it that section of the rule at
Click here for the text of the USGA on rule 14-1b
Please have a look at all videos on the website.
The HBB 56 degree wedge = High bounce back
We have place the bounce on the wedge mush higher in the back to give the choice of using it when you need it like in the bunker.
Because of the GP putter design you could also putt from a conventional position without anchoring the GP putter. In this case gravity is your friend for this putting style.
This video show the technique for chipping when facing the target.
This is also call face on / side saddle chipping. This is like tossing the golf ball with your hand around the putting green.
From: Jeff Blake
Date: Mon, Aug 25, 2014 at 12:03 PM
To: Patrice Dionne
I rarely ever review anything online but, I wanted to give credit where credit is due. I purchased one of your putters about 3 months ago thinking you and I BOTH were crazy! But it was either find a cure for my putting woes or quit the game.
Well thankfully, neither of us is crazy and I am putting better than I have in years. […] Read More
This is a quick video that show how I setup for the face on putting technique with the GP putter. But make sure to find a stand that is comfortable for you and practice on a straight line until you do at least 80% of your putts from 6 feet. Remember that we need to be good from a […] Read More
It does not madder if you are using the side saddle putting of face-on technique this video will show you where to aim on a breaking putt. Well done John
Please read this article that was publish in the golfdigest.com By Luke Kerr-Dineen
Preparing for the anchor ban, Tim Clark practices sidesaddle putting.
HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. — Tim Clark is one of the players most likely to be affected by the USGA’s upcoming ban on anchored putting, and not just because he’s been using such a stroke for almost 20 years.
Clark has a rare condition that prevents him […] Read More
Practice tip! You should practice 90% of the time from around 10 feet from the hole. The statistic show that we do 50% of our putts from inside of 6 feet. Now for the lag putt just concentrate on the speed and distance. Almost all the great putters say that speed is the more important in putting.