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Old 12-02-2019, 01:56 PM
Shamis Shamis is offline
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If your push putts are wobbly, then you aren't spinning it enough. You don't actually want to throw a knuckle ball. I find tucking the pinky under the rim fixes this issue for me (using a fan grip).

Also, from what I understand (I'm not very good though), the key to push putting is timing your release with your body weight shift. you really need to get at least half your power out of your legs. And time all that with a little pop out of your wrist. When you do it all simultaneously, you can push putt out to 40 feet without any wobble, and without feeling like you are strong arming your putts. It's all timing.
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