We all like to think we’re aimed at the hole when we line up a put but are we? Maybe you’ve purchased a putter with bold alignment aids and hope that’s the cure. But what impacts alignment and how well do golfers actually line up their puts?
In this episode we tackle a couple myths around putter design and putting.
I believe in the basic premise, that my job as a fitter or a putter maker is to make what a person sees is real and what they feel to be real.
There are attributes to putters that give the perception of being either open or closed when looking at alignment.
For example, by moving attention backward on a putter, it tends to look open. When you do a laser test you can see it’s square to the target but to the mind it looks wide open. On the other hand when you move the attention forward, the putter tends to look closed.
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Traditional logic enforces the notion that variable length irons are correct and that smart people before us deciphered the most accurate way to play the game. Yet, few have questioned the reason why our clubs variate in length.
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David serves as the company’s visionary leader, working tirelessly to innovate and develop ground-breaking products that shift the thinking of the golf equipment industry. His extensive club design and engineering expertise allows Edel Golf to continually push the envelope of equipment technology.
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