I'm no pro and by no means am I a good putter but what I've learned from all the videos I've watched is this: the most important part of the putt is the last foot or so when your arm extends and the putter gets ejected out of your hand...it's a fast motion that gets the disc moving toward the target...it doesn't matter how slow the initial arm movement is as long as you speed up at the last part of the arm swing...once you add the finger spirng and the fast motion upwards towards the basket you will be able to make the disc go straighter and farther....just remember to always have a good weight shift as well as that fast motion towards the basket and you will start making more putts. one more thing...KEEP YOUR CHIN UP!
Life is better lived than conceptualized. This writing can be less demanding should I allow myself to indulge in the usual manipulating game of role creation. Fortunately for me, my self-knowledge has transcended that and Ive come to understand that life is best to be lived not to be conceptualized. If you have to think, you still do not understand.