There are many different forms of putting from the long and belly to the different types of grips used i.e. conventional, Claw and cross handed to mention a few.


PUTTING 1The key to the long and belly putter is that there is a form of connection or anchoring of the club against the body to create the effect of a hinge. This allows the putter head to swing freely. Seeing as this form of putting is now coming to an end in 2016 players will have to rely on a conventional putter and or a counter-balanced putter.

PUTTING 2

The key to the long and belly putter is that there is a form of connection or anchoring of the club against the body to create the effect of a hinge. This allows the putter head to swing freely. Seeing as this form of putting is now coming to an end in 2016 players will have to rely on a conventional putter and or a counter-balanced putter.

PUTTING 3

So try a few putts with a head cover under each armpit and you should roll the ball better and feel more connected.

John Dickson

Head Teaching Professional at
Copperleaf Golf Estate
Contact: 082 990 7201
Email: John@dicksongolf.co.za
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