To answer you both . I am missing equally a little right or left . Some are lippers , some appear to roll right over the hole ( one like that would be a little strong obviously ) . For the most part an inch or two left or right ending up from 1 ft. to 2.5 ft. up to 4 ft. past the hole . Rarely short . Usually if short it would be on a bigger break right or left stopping right or left of the hole .
I don't get it , if u have the right aim ,why do u need the Vertex ?
I am not understanding what it is you don't get . I just want to make my putts . Obviously I don't have the aim in the vertex right . I have pretty good distance . If I could dial in the aim my putts would drop . I might add that until probably about a year ago I was stricktley a forgiveness putter . Which means that moving the marker on a putt is still fairly new to me . So it's no wonder that logically I would be drawn to the vertex method that has an actual physical reason and distance to move the marker .
In Tekoma's videos he stresses the importance of the power . If you have the right vertex or grid line lined up and you hit the distance on the meter right then he claims that what's left is the power that carries it perfectly to the hole and because the putt on the video goes in then it would appear that he is right .
That's the part I can't get . That third element , the power . If I pick 1.5 grid to the left then swing my putter to where it should not go past the hole a foot or two by my distance calculation . Then there is no other adjustment . I swing , it misses by 2 inches to the right .rolls another foot . Which means I needed to hit it a little harder which wouldn't register to me logically before the putt . Or I should have lined it up at 1.75 of the grid .
Problem is I gotta miss the putt to figure that out .
I already know that I can't judge the speed of the dots correctly . I sure the hell do not want to use the mathematical formula I've seen to calculate the dots to make the shot .
I know that it is just a matter of time . Might be a long ass time .
Based on what Ive described any tips that work is all I can expect .