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Old 06-14-2021, 01:55 AM
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Alright so I just had to change my grip; re-watched the Feldy putting videos where he talked about having the pressure in the putter at the back and not the front. I've never ever ever ever committed to that because it felt way too "strong" in my hand but man, oh f*#)@#g man, does that change everything.

I imagine that has to change something because it's also a lot easier for me to shift weight and actually get the push forward, too?

I can legitimately push putt about 50 feet at the moment. I have no idea what changing the grip does/did but this feels like so much less effort compared to how I was putting before
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Old 06-14-2021, 09:46 AM
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YESSSSSS!

Alright so I just had to change my grip; re-watched the Feldy putting videos where he talked about having the pressure in the putter at the back and not the front. I've never ever ever ever committed to that because it felt way too "strong" in my hand but man, oh f*#)@#g man, does that change everything.

I imagine that has to change something because it's also a lot easier for me to shift weight and actually get the push forward, too?

I can legitimately push putt about 50 feet at the moment. I have no idea what changing the grip does/did but this feels like so much less effort compared to how I was putting before
Do you have a clip of this part? Not sure I understand the pressure at the back concept above.

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