The answer my friend, is putting in the wind...

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The answer my friend, is putting in the wind...

Post by ChrisOBrien » Wed Jan 23, 2008 6:21 pm

Up on the hills of Burnlaw, one must learn to use the wind, and not let the wind use you! Here is useful diagram for understanding how the wind affects one's putts. It assumes one is putting with a hyzer, like Kenneth Climo:

http://www.catchthespirit.co.uk/cat/fre ... olf-skills

Practice this and see your scores drop like a Breeze (Elite Z!)

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Re: The answer my friend, is putting in the wind...

Post by West » Mon Jan 28, 2008 10:51 pm

Fred Risbee wrote:Up on the hills of Burnlaw, one must learn to use the wind, and not let the wind use you! Here is useful diagram for understanding how the wind affects one's putts. It assumes one is putting with a hyzer, like Kenneth Climo:

http://www.catchthespirit.co.uk/cat/fre ... olf-skills
Some useful pointers there ... just need a skill shot now to practice :D

Fred Risbee wrote:Practice this and see your scores drop like a Breeze (Elite Z!)
More of a Buzzzz man myself, but you got the plastic type spot on :D
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