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Sun, Sep 15 2019 11:06 AM by fobby1980. 3 replies.
  • fobby1980 United States
    163 Posts
    Thu, Sep 12 2019 9:50 AM

    Who is the wizard that’s willing to step up and share his putting secrets for mobile version?

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  • BOZskills United States
    87 Posts
    Thu, Sep 12 2019 5:24 PM

    Fobby,i'm no great putter,but i use the 5 point aiming system,that you can find a video of if you just google wgt 5point putting aiming video. It's also in the forum history. It's not perfect but it's simpleand once you learn it and make yours(refine it to match your style and how you look at break etc.) It's quite effective! Hope this helps,GL!

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  • SeveFrost United Kingdom
    736 Posts
    Fri, Sep 13 2019 1:22 AM

    Fobby, first get your green speed calculations sorted, until you do that you'll have problems. Secondly, try putting from the reverse angle as you see the line much better than from the straight on view (it will take a while getting used to it but it pays off), remember the drops and rises in the green convert to + or - a foot for every inch of the rise/drop, in regard to breaks on putts - the moving dots show you the direction of the break and the faster they're moving the more break there is in the putt, lastly just practice as much as you can as that's the only way you'll improve

     

    one more thing, when I first played on PC and the early days of mobile I used to move the cursor to where I thought the break was but relying on hitting the ding consistently brings extra pressure so try the off ding method and you'll soon realise how far you have to miss the ding line

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  • fobby1980 United States
    163 Posts
    Sun, Sep 15 2019 11:06 AM

    Thanks for the inputs guys. However Seve I’m already proficient in calculating speed; what I asked for is a reliable way of aiming. I tried the 5-points technique but I think it’s not really accurate for mobile. I recently started working on a speed-independent method of aiming specifically for mobile. The inspiration came from Tekoma’s idea of aligning the grid, but I’m trying to simplify it because his was too convoluted I think. I’ll need to record some videos and post them for discussion. 

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