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Re: How Important is forgiveness of a putter?

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Thu, Apr 1 2021 8:58 AM (22 replies)
  • Markofteja
    105 Posts
    Thu, Apr 1 2021 5:41 AM

    However, the reason I started this thread is coz of the darn super close putts. I will show an example from today. I hit the ding on the first 4 holes and hole 6. Most of the rest, I merely missed by a hair. This is why I though maybe more forgiveness would be the need of the hours.

     

  • BOZskills
    243 Posts
    Thu, Apr 1 2021 6:44 AM

    The best putting advice i ever got in wgt or irl was"hit it close"and you'll be a great putter. Lol,gl.

  • pdb1
    21,527 Posts
    Thu, Apr 1 2021 8:58 AM

    Markofteja:
    However, the reason I started this thread is coz of the darn super close putts. I will show an example from today. I hit the ding on the first 4 holes and hole 6. Most of the rest, I merely missed by a hair. This is why I though maybe more forgiveness would be the need of the hours.

      We get it . Most of us are also what seems to be 1 small component away from the answer .

      Forgiveness is only 1 one those components . Components that have to work together to get the putt to drop .

    Markofteja:
    I hit the ding on the first 4 holes and hole 6.

      That seems to work for you . Explanation of the missed putts by the missed dings .

      I could have a similar scorecard . Every game . With no hit dings . Still I feel like I am just 1 thing away from the answer .

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