Tekoma's Putting Techniques vol. 1
Just started with WGT less than 2 weeks ago, and was really excited to see this thread and videos. But I'm starting off a bit confused, starting with Centering the Ball:
I understand (I think) the benefit of centering the grid on the ball, and see that it can be done using Chip then Putt swing selection as in the video, or unlocking the grid (possibly newer version of WGT?). But then you have to move your aiming point, which either moves the grid away from the ball, or if unlocked, the grid leaves the ball as done previously. So, if the grid doesn't stay at the ball, I would think for the purpose of more easily estimating distance from hole to aiming point, what is the purpose of centering it?
Man, I feel so stupid, and am thrilled that this has helped so many, but none of it makes sense to me. Using the Vertex grid line seems like it's using intersections in the last grid line, but which one? What does aiming from the tip of the shoe do? Since I don't understand centering the ball, I don't understand centering the hole. Darn, I so wanted to use this to help me.